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Where is the coolants temp sensor located on a 2006 ford explorer 4.6

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Here is a picture, hope it will help
http://www.lunghd.com/Tech_Articles/Engine/Basic_Sensors_Diagnostics/Sensor_Coolant_Temp_2.jpg

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SOURCE: Ford 460 Engine Temp sensor

looking at  the  front of  the engine, just to  the right and behind  the  distributor cap. You  will  see a  wire attached (push on).

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where can locate the engine coolant temperture sensor.

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SOURCE: I need the location of the coolant temerature sensor on a 99 taco

Its at the rear of the engine, close to the firewall. Look at the intake part of the engine block for 2 wires that connect into the sensor plug. It is installed vertically.

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I have a 99 ford explorer 4x4, v-6 with a 4.0 engine I can not locate the IAT sensor. It is not located on the hose connected to the air filter. Where else could this sensor be?

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