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2.5 heats up at lights cools off on road where is the heat sensor located

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Need cooling system flushed and may need water pump.

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10down vote Generally, the temperature sensor is located under the front of the hood near the bottom of the car. Although the sensor itself is accurate, the location causes the sensor to pick up heat from the road surface. Thus, it will usually read several degrees higher than the air temperature. This is especially noticeable when driving on high speed highways for which the road surface not only picks up heat from the sun but from car tires.

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OK i have a 92 ford Taurus it is having a over heating problem i have changed the thermostat twice in two weeks its blowing cold air when i turn the heat on so what do i do????

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