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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi my name is Allen!
The sensor you are looking for is located in the rear diff housing, its mounts on top of the housing it is also used for ABS if equipped.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Wow you guys are all a bunch of jerks!! They simply asked where it was located not how to replace it and to reply with a post of go to here or go to there is simply RUDE. If your going to post like that stay the hell off these forums as these are designed to give help not create extra steps!
The location of the sensor is on the left hand side of the van standing facing the engine. Follow the main radiator hose back to where it hooks into the engine and there you will see a wire going into the block just next to it on the right hand side. Where the wires plug into the engine is the temp sensor. I believe yo uneed a 3/4 wrench to remove it.
I had a problem with my van and the fans would not stop running. Even if I unhooked the battery overnight and then hooked it back up in the morning the fans would come back on. It was either the relay or the sensor. Replaced the sensor and no more problem.
Hope this helps!!
And again if your not here to help dont bother typing wasting others time!
Posted on May 19, 2009
usually they are at the back of the tranny with a 2 wire plugin and one bolt holding it in...if not it may be part of your rear ABS sensor in your rear end...do you have any codes about ABS
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
This should be the only sensor located on the Air Filter casing/intake. It measures the Intake Ambient Air Temperature and sends that information to the PCM/IPM to gauge the correct Air and Fuel mixture to have the Engine start and run.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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