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The temp sensor is not where it should be where would it be?

I looked in the manual for engine check light problem. went to the section that covered the problem and where the temp sensor should be is a factory plug. looked all over the cooling system and could not locate the sensor.

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Are you sure the plug is not plugged into the sensor?
WHat make/model?

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