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Location of coolant temperature sensor on a 2006 Nissan Sentra

Can't find the location of the sensor, at least the one I was given at the autoparts store. I need a diagram or something to reference.

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It is on the back of the cylinder head and can see it from the passenger side

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SOURCE: where is the coolant sensor located on a nissan

I assume you are referring to the coolant temp sensor. as you look at the front pulleys of the engine, its on the right side behind a bracket just above the alternator. See picture below and let me know if you have questions. If you are referring to the coolant level sensor, it would be on the side of the coolant reservoir.

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SOURCE: 98 Sentra IAT Sensor Location

IT IS ON THE HOSE THAT BRINGS AIR INTO THE AIR FILTER HOUSING

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SOURCE: Diagram available for 01 Nissan Xterra Knock Sensor location?

V6 3.3L The sensor is located underneath the air intake manifold on top of the engine block. This should take an experienced mechanic about 3-4 hours to replace.

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the diagram should be on the outside or inside of the fuse panel cover. Not there? You can go to autozone or advance auto and look at there books for free, or you can ask them to print it for you. If you're not happy with that you can stop at a nissan dealer (used) and look at one of their 2005 models, or ask them to help. They will try to get you to trade in though lol.

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SOURCE: crankshaft position sensor for 2004 nissan sentra.

will the crank sensor cause the vehicle to shut down while running?

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I have a 2005 Nissan Sentra. The temperature gauge keeps fluctuating up and down. Usually if I'm stopped at a red light and just idling, the gauge will creep up into the red area and then go back down...


I have seen this happen to a few cars when they were running REALLY low on coolant (anti-freeze) AND/OR had a major air pocket trapped in the cooling system.
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The gauge is driven by a temperature sensor that sticks into the cooling system. When your really low on coolant, some times the temperature sensor is exposed to air, instead of liquid coolant and the temperature of the sensor drops. As your driving around sometimes liquid coolant touches the sensor and the temperature reading will spike again to normal readings or to an even hotter reading then normal (because what little fluid is in the system is not enough to maintain proper temps).
If you recently filled up or topped off the coolant from a low coolant situation then you may have a major air bubble locked in the system, although this is far less likely in the small Sentra cooling system, but you never know.
Lastly, the sensor itself or the plug into the sensor is loose, broken, or shorting. You or someone you know can try to locate the coolant sensor for the gauge and see if the connect to the sensor is loose or the wire have become damaged, giving you readings all over the place.
nissanhelp . com is a great place for help and you can find factory service books on there. You can join for free and ask questions.

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