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Where is the cooling sensor for a subaru impreza?

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Most Subaru's have the cooling sensor in the coolant connection pipe that runs under the intake manifold and connects the LH and RH engine cooling galleries. There are different colour sensors, what meant they have a different resistance to meet the temperture gauge, make sure you fit the same colour.

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