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Thermostat location for 4.0 engine 2007 pacifica

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SOURCE: Where is the engine coolant temperature sensor located on a 2007 Chrysler Pacifica 4.0 engine?

The coolant sensor (ECT Sensor) is the two wire sensor that is next to the thermostat housing.


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