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They tell me I need a coolant temperature sensor

I have a 2000 Hyundai Sonata 4cyl. can you tell me where to find the coolant temperature sensor ?

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You might have 2 coolant sensors one for the gauge and one for pcm, and if you stop by a part store like autozone they will give you a print out of locations of one or both. did they tell you that you only had one ? ask the part store how many they are showing for your car when you go they will tell you. then find out which one they want you to replace

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