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I see the coolant sensor is on the intake manifold but where do i have to take it off is it in the back or under it? i'm not seeing it just jump out at me.

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If it doesjump out at you, no need to remove it! Kidding. It should be on top towards the back with a connecter on it.

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook Nov 08, 2009

    Unplug it and it should unscrew like a plug.

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