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Removed thermostat housing and lost something

I was removing the thermostat housing on a 93 plymouth voyager and removed two sensors next to the housing so I would not damage them and lost one of them. There is a small one and a large one, lost the large one and trying to figure out the name of it is so I can replace it

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It sounds like you have lost the coolant temp sensor. this is the sensor the computer reads not the one the dash reads

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