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Sensor location on the block

Debo9593@comcast.net- my husband said the temp light never worked since we had the truck. He just wondered where the sensor is plugged into the block, located.? Thanks

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The temperature switch on the 4 and 6 cylinder engines is located under the hood, passenger side, upper engine area, mounted on the end of the intake manifold.

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