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Where is temperature sending unit located on 2005 cavalier

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SOURCE: 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier sending unit was changed

eng.temp.coolant sensor,located on thermostat housing,if u think sensor is defect,this check will make engine light come on,unplug elect. connection on sensor while car is idling,cooling fan will start up within 1 min.if it doesnt check fans power circuit.or apply batt.voltage directly to fan to see if fan will work.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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