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Where are the temp sensors for a 2000 mustang with a 4.6 located ? the one for the guage, and the one for the computer ?

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The coolant temperature sender is located in the following positions:

4.6L SOHC engine-top front of the engine, on the left-hand side
4.6L DOHC engine-top front of the engine, on the left-hand lower side of the water bypass tube

The temp sensor is for the guage and the computer.

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