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Where is the temp sensor for a 99 ford e150 5.8

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Should be on or near the thermostat housing where the upper radiator hose connects.

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Testimonial: "Is there a way to figure out if the temp sensor is the solution, when I start the engine it immediately goes to the mid range when cold."

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