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Temp sensor no idea where my temp sensor goes been looking and looking and stil cant find out where can some one please point me in the best posibile location to look?? thanks

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It should be on or very near to the thermostat housing which should be at the end of the upper radiator hose that is closest to the engine. If not there, follow the coolant hoses/tubes because it measures coolant temperature after the thermostat.

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