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I want to know the location of the engine coolant temperture sensor on my 1990 sunbird se

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Dont know , but suggest if you plan to keep that car by a do it yourself repair manuel ,half price book store or auto parts store also at the auto parts store they should be able to pull up a picture of what it looks like or show you one if they have it in stock . if they wont do your buisness elsewhere. most cars its brass located on the side toward top of the engine itself. a litle help is better than no help

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