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ON the RADIATOR 1/4 way down from top (ENGING Exposed SIDE) On the Passenger Side of Radiator, "SOME are on Driver side But SURLEY There one side or other . Im SURE of this

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Should be located in the reservoir where you add coolant

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http://www.gminsidenews.com/forums/f53/low-coolant-sensor-location-53810/

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