Question about 2006 Volvo S60
I'm afraid that my online resource doesn't have data on this vehicle. Which means that the best source of information will be a Repair Manual from the manufacturer, or a Haynes or Chilton manual if available.
One can try to locate the sensor by looking for a one or two wire sensor that screws into the 'hot' part of the engine block or cylinder head.
The above part sells for about $35 at Autozone.
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