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I dont know where the temp gauge sensor port is located at on my 82 366 big block, does any body?

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I'm pretty sure all GM's are the same. Look between the first 2 exhaust runners on the driver's side and you should find the sensor tucked in between the #1 plug and the exhaust manifold. Hope this helps.

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