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Usually located next to thermostat and you unplug the connection and its usually a 12,or14mm fitted part .you remove the old part while the engine is cool and reinstall new part and plug back up. Then check for leaks

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It looks like the above, under hood, passenger side, upper engine area, mounted in front side of water outlet (according to Autozone.com).

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I get an intermittent "Coolant Sensor Bad" The FSM is clear, Bad mean the line to the coolant bottle switch is open.


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