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I broke a sensor just under the coolent temp sensor but i cant find what that sensor is called help would be awesome

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Hello, The only sensor close to the coolant senor (driver back side of the engine) is the oxgen sensor, it screws into the exhaust manifold. (A 4 cylinder engine)

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Hi Joe, I'm glad to help! The ambient temp sensor connects to the "Front Control Module" and when working properly will send the signal from the sensor to the overhead as well as other places that need an ambient signal. NOTE: Heres a simple way to see if the system is working properly. Unhook the connector at the Ambient Temp Sensor and the system should go to the default setting and the overhead display should read 40 degrees. If it does then the system is OK, replace the temp sensor. If it doesn't read 40 then various test must be performed to see if its the front control module or the overhead control unit. Hope this helps and have an awesome day Joe.

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If the Knock sensor wire is located near the Ignition coil wiring the electro magnetic interference from the Ignition coil can rub off on the knock sensor wire causing the brain to think the knock sensor is sending a code.

You can place a millivolt meter across a knock sensor and tap it with a screwdriver and read voltage. If it doesn't read a voltage the sensor is bad. Its job is to generate a voltage.

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