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    gord storey Oct 23, 2010

    If your temp guage is not working , there will be a sensor on the engine , often screwed into the thermostat housing which is where the large upper radiator hose connects to the engine.

    If you are getting a light that says " low coolant " the sensor is in the bottom of the expansion / overflow bottle.



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