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Hello Kay, What you need is to have a auto technician to check your auto for the reason it over heating. There are a number of reason why auto/truck over heat and most are not pleasant.
Such as, radiator fan not work, thermostat not opening or stuck closed, coolant level is really low,

temperature sensor is bad...maybe, leaky head gasket, plug radiator, OK, now, when you auto is overheating does it smell like burning anti-freeze, kinda sweet burnt smell.... If are smell this, then your auto is really over heating. Also, to you have a green looking fluid on your driveway where you park you car? If there is, then your auto is leaking anti-freeze.



Now, to find the sensor. Look on the engine, if you have 4 cylinder, or V6 look around the intake manifold the should be something that looks like the sensor you bought with rubber/plastic cap and one wire, and it will be only one wire. I wish you lots of luck in your endeavors in finding this temperature sensor, and hope it just this sensor that is malfunctioning. GB...stewbison

Posted on Sep 07, 2011

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