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Need directions i need directions on how to replace a Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor on a 2001 ford focus L4-2.0l DOHC

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  • fishmomcmg Jul 10, 2008

    Mt Mechanic ordered the part from Ford, gor the diagram, but the piece it is supposed to fit into will not accomodate the part, and there is no place to attach the wire.

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    CYLIDER HEAD REMOVAL

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Take the old part to dealers first ,rule one for every mechanic and to make the tea and get the bacon butties

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