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My temp. sensor needs replace do i have to drain the coolant.

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You should at least drain part of the radiator, and make sure your truck is cool when you do this. If you break the old sensor free, and have the new one ready to screw back in to the opening, this can be done easy enough. Remember to put a little thread sealing compound on the new sensor before installing it.

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Not necesary what will be needed according to your mileage
hope this helps

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