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1999 Ford Taurus, 3.0L Where is the coolant temp senosr located?

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Its located at the left end (drivers side) of the intake manifold, next to the water outlet connection housing on the V-6.

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    Its located at the left end (drivers side) of the intake manifold, next to the water outlet connection housing on the V-6.

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