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Where is the temperature sensor located on the 1998 Buick Century?

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  • Jeremy W.
    Jeremy W. Sep 30, 2010

    What motor?

  • donna_kelsey Sep 30, 2010

    6 cyl. The radiator and thermostat were replaced about 4 months ago, and he told me at the time the temperature (coolant) sensor was going to go soon, but he didn't have any, said it was an easy fix myself, but, of course I didn't have him show me where it was.

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It is located in the lower intake manifold on the drivers side near the thermostat housing. Follow the upper hose to the thermostat housing (metal pipe). Follow the housing down to the intake manifold. You should see the sensor mounted in that area. It will have a three wire connector.

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