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Heat Sensor Do you have to drain the raditor to install the heat senor that operarates the fan?

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You dont have to drain it but you need to be ready to install the new one quickly because as soon as you pull the old one out you will start loosing coolant until the new one plugs the hole. and as always please dont do this job with the engine hot wouldnt want anyone to get burned.I hope this helps and good luck!

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