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It will make more problems than help if you just plug the o2 holes in the exhuast and tie the o2 sensor to the frame rail, drive it and see it it tosses any codes if it does, you can use a simm for your 1989 Dodge. I hope this helps.BENZ STAR C3
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The coolant level sensor is located on the radiator. If you are looking at the engine from the front of the car it will be on the left side. There will some kind of clip holding it in the radiator. Removed the clip and pull the sensor out. You will lose coolant so try to swap it out quick or drain some of the coolant out. Once new sensor is installed, install clip to keep the sensor in place and reconnect the wires to the sensor. Crank the engine and make sure the coolant level is full. This should correct your problem.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
passenger side of manifold, before the catalytic converter. this system may have more than one on the frontside of the cat.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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