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it is going to be inline with the trans oil cooler...
Check for the transmission lines comming from the trans... to the front of the car ... to the radiator... The sensor should be on the line going TO the radiator. if it is not on the radiator itself...
ON THE FRONT OF THE ENGINE. BEHIND A COVER THAT RUNS FROM TOP TO BOTTOM, ITS LIKE AN ERAGE TWO HOURS TO REPLACE NEW. ALSO MARKS YOU HAVE TO ALLING. . HOPE THIS HELPS. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP LET ME KNOW AND SEND YO MORE INFO ON THIS. BUT IF YOU NEVER A TIMING BELT DONT DO IT CAUSE YOU MAY DAMAGE THE VALVE OR MAKE A HOLE IN S PISTON. PLEASE SEND ME A FEEBACK PLEASE THANKS I
A vacum leak... this is when the engine has an area that is taking air into, like a crak on th e intake manifold or a missing pcv valve. Usally there is a diagram under the hood that will identify the vaccum hoses on the intake body and where they are located.