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ford 5600 temperature sending unit?

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pt756

05-29-2020 19:17:06




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hello, we have the ford 5600, changed water pump, thermostat 160 degree, and sending unit, it has the push on spade type, well now the heat guage reads a lot higher almost to the red, however the water temp stays right at 160 degrees and shows no sign of overheating while in use, tried a different sending unit from a and I parts thru the ford dealer very little change, the little bit I understand is that the sending unit sends an electric signal to the cluster? fuel guage seems to work ok, can the cluster sometimes fail? I was also told if cluster is bad the fuel guage wouldn't work, any help would be appreciated .

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pt756

06-02-2020 06:48:14




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 Re: ford 5600 temperature sending unit? in reply to pt756, 05-29-2020 19:17:06  
will check unit number, did check serial under 500 thousand, thanks



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pt756

05-31-2020 08:17:31




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 Re: ford 5600 temperature sending unit? in reply to pt756, 05-29-2020 19:17:06  
hello thanks have serial numbers from tractor data going to check on it and also did look at your suggestion, have to get right year first thanks,



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Bern

05-31-2020 08:50:26




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 Re: ford 5600 temperature sending unit? in reply to pt756, 05-31-2020 08:17:31  
Look for the "unit" number. Example: June 1, 1979 would be 9F01x.



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Bern

05-29-2020 19:24:04




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 Re: ford 5600 temperature sending unit? in reply to pt756, 05-29-2020 19:17:06  
Possibly you got the wrong sending unit. There is a year break in 1979. If you have the later magnetic gauges, you need the June '79 and later sending unit. If you have the earlier bi-metal gauges you need the pre June '79 sending unit.

Bi-metal gauges move very slowly and always return to the left when you turn the key off. Magnetic gauges move very quickly and typically float randomly when the key is turned off.

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pt756

05-30-2020 19:15:46




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 Re: ford 5600 temperature sending unit? in reply to Bern, 05-29-2020 19:24:04  
hello thanks for reply, I thought the only difference was if it is a single push on spade type, will check serial number tomorrow , so would the cluster guage be the same?



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Bern

05-30-2020 21:13:05




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 Re: ford 5600 temperature sending unit? in reply to pt756, 05-30-2020 19:15:46  
The gauges are different as I described in my last post. See attached link for details.



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