[DML] How does the thermotime switch work?
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[DML] How does the thermotime switch work?



I recently did a valley of death teardown and now the car seems to have problems starting 
when cold. The only thing I really touched thats involved in the hot/cold start circuit from 
what I can tell is the thermotime switch. I removed it from my old water pump and replaced it 
in the new one. My question is, does the switch threads use the water pump as a ground? I 
put teflon tape around the threads before reinstalling. This is my only idea so far, as I do not 
know how this circuit works (what is being sent and triggered by the switch) and haven't 
pulled out the multimeter yet to check it. Any comments are appreciated, thanks.

-Derek #10084









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