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The ECT SENSOR of my S40 VOLVO is not working well

Can I replace it using an alternative?. Where can I get one of this?.

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Is the temperature reading low? If so, your thermostat is stuck open and needs to be replaced. Or is there another problem?

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    • 1 Open the engine hood by pulling the hood release latch located on the lower kick panel on the driver's side of the Volvo S40. Lift the hood up and prop it on the hood prop.
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