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Location of the engine coolent sensor for a 2004 VW jetta 1.8T?

I cant locate to sensor, and when I change it is there anything I should do before or after?

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Drain below level first or all after engine is cold!!!
sensor is on engine block.
Drain by opening the drainplug under radiator.
If clean enough, refiil same with funnel later. Leave cap or radiator while draining otherwise will not run.

Any good reason to swap? Fan not running or gauge problem?

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