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Cooling system sensor

Just had a friend do a tune up on car, it runs great, but engine light is on, we found that he must have broke some sensor of that is hooked to the cooling system, cause when he held it back on, the check engine light went off, but the thing is broke, how can we replace it,

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  • Bruce Hathcock May 11, 2010

    Deive the car to the auto parts store and show then the item is broke they will give you the new one in exchange for some cash then have your freind find the right socket or wrecnh to remove it. If it's the temp sensor it will be about 10 bucks but it depends on which one it is there are two of them on that rig. So does your freind know how to remove it?

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There are two remove the broken one with a deep well socket take it to the auto parts store and buy a new one as I said there are two and one is expensive and send information to the computer so pull the broken on to get the right one.

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