Question about 1993 Jeep Cherokee Country
The temperature sending unit is located on the right rear of the head. Next to the valve cover gasket. It is blocked from good access by the MAP sensor. If you remove the MAP sensor, the black flat thing mounted to the upper center of the firewall, you can access the temp sending unit with a deep well socket. Make sure the engine is cold, or the pressure of removing the TSU will send coolant everywhere.
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