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Where is the coolant sensor on 2001 f150 super crew 4.6 v8

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CHECK ON THE TOP OF THE MOTOR WHERE THE TOP HOSE GOES INTO THE MOTOR 2 WIRE SENSOR

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Where is the coolant temp sender on 2001 f150 super crew 4.6 v 8


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Please email me the engine size information on reply.
Pick one from below.
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Please identify the color of the leakage.
Green? brown/rusty? oily?
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How many miles is on this engine?
How much water leakage is seating on for of the engine?
Is it in on particular spot?
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I strongly recommend you to open a CHAT SESSION instead of a single page email session.
You will need a lot of back and forth Question and Answer to trouble-shoot this leakage problem.
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$100-$300 for part
$100-$200 for labor

depends on where you go
cheap price gets cheaper parts and partial work

research you service facilities before agreeing on prices and repairs

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