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I am trying to locate the coolant temperature sensor on a 2000 lincoln ls v8-3.9

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You have a Cylinder Head Temp Sensor only

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The coolant temperature is read off of the (CHT) cylinder head temperature sensor. It is located on the inside on the passenger side (right) cylinder head and is connected to the harness through Ford connector C107. The Ford basic part# is 6G004. It's connected by WH/VT and BR/WH wires to pins 40 and 17 of the vehicles PCM (computer). Keep in mind that if the coolant level is low, if there is air in the system, or if there is a wiring concern, you could have concerns with this sensors reading. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 04, 2011

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