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1997 Olds Aurora A/C Issues

I have a 1997 Olds Aurora that the outside temp gauge reads 30 degrees or less. This is causing the A/C Compressor not to kick in. Where is the outside temp gauge and how can i fix this before going onto the next issue with the A/C.?

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The outside temp sensor is located in front of the radiator at the bottom of the radiator....It should have a two wire harness pluged into it.

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