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Temperature sensor wirring location

My wires are cut not sure where to hook them up red/ black

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First what cut them..fix that first.. bundle loose wires with a plastic tie..so they wont move or blow around(winds under the hood are like a tornado at hiway speeds)get a printout from the parts store or on-line for your particular model and it shoul tell you..good luck

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