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Does anyone know where i can locate the temp sensor on a 1991 holden rodeo? (4 cylinder petrol) my temp guage has stopped working.

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Find youre thermastat and there is a little plug(temp. sensor) there see if that plug is still plugged up.they do at times come unplugged.

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