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What wire go where for temperature gauge on a 1998 Buick park avenue

Sir ,what are you trying to do ? Your Temp gauge isn't working ? Before you attempt to fix something you need to know how it works. What wire are you talking about ? Coolant Temperature
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Wouldn't you actually look over the car & what the job entails,
before you order parts?
I would remove the ones your replacing & get the brand off
them as well, so you try & get the original factory brand.
Usually you just replace the front or upstream sensors,
not the rear monitors, until they fail
You ask about sensors,not knowing what ever
Use Google to educate yourself long before you
throw parts at something for no reason
In the professional world,the best of the best
few as there may be,actually test every component
before anything ever gets replaced,failed or just preventative

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My 02' Nissan altima stalls when its cold. But

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Here is the temp. sensor to order.

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I just answered a very similar issue on a similar van. I had an almost identical problem and it turned out to be a bad set of spark plugs! Be sure your battery is in good shape, cables are good (clean, tight, free of corrosion and where they terminate is clean, tight, no corrosion and not frayed etc...) If that's all good, a major tune up may be in order. The computer is only deciphering the info its given. Start with the simple things and work back. Please let me know if this fixed or changes the issue. I have more ideas if this didn't do it. Good luck!

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