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Can someone tell me where the engine coolant temp sensor, is located on a 2007 ford explorer, Eddy Bauer, 8 cylinder, 4.6 PLEASE

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Coolant sensor is located in the intake behind the thermostat housing.

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    Jorge Paulino Dec 29, 2016

    I replaced the thermostat yesterday, and did not see any sensors or wires, anywhere around it. Could it be covered with something else, like perhaps the air filter ???

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Top of the engine in the intake manifold.

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this does not mean the sensor is defective, it most likely means the engine thermostat is stuck open and the engine is not running hot enough to satisfy the computers preset temp requirements for minimum eng operating temp.

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it should be right by the upper radiator hose. it just unscrews. go to auto zone they can help..youll have to drain some coolant. or go to the library for help

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