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2005 buick allure temp guage shows 0 and both cooling fans run

I have a 05 allure that started to run both cooling fans all the time and the temp guage does not work. I'm assumning it's a sensor, though unsure where too locate it?

Am I on the right track or s it possibly somthing else?

any info would be apreciated.

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Coolant temp sensor defective. look through manual for location of this sensor.

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