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Where is the Ford 460 Engine coolant temp sensor located

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    how replace the coolant sensor in 2000 ford truck ,5.4 engine

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    engine temp sensor location

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    after rebuilding engine, the temperature gauge does work, the temperature light is also on. where is the temperature senor located?

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    location of temp sensor

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Looking at  the  front of  the engine, just to  the right and behind  the  distributor cap. You  will  see a  wire attached (push on).

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