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Thanksfor the info unfortunately I do not have a diagnostic tool.Do you know where the cooling temperature sensor is located on my 2010 Buick Enclave.

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Engine Coolant Temperature (ECT) Sensor (LLT)
In the engine compartment, in the front cylinder head, between cylinders 2 and 4

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SOURCE: Location of batter 2010 Enclave

You will probably find the battery under the hood on the left or right in this vehicle and the fuses box under the left hand side dash by the driver. But it may be on the right hand side under the dash too. Easy to find either way. Hope this helps and you have a kind heart to give me a good thumbs up, Raz

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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SOURCE: diagnostic code indicates 'fuel level sensor'

Fuel level sensor is in the fuel tank,in with the fuel pump,and fuel sending unit.

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SOURCE: My 2010 Buick Enclave has no audio. No radio, no

My 2008 Enclave has the same problem. The radio is on but no sound. Has anyone found an answer to this problem yet. It isn't a fuse problem.

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SOURCE: Cant find oil filter location on 2010 Buick

As auto consumers we should all know by now that the auto industry does not want you to do self-maintenance - they want the service revenues.
If you want to locate the oil filter in 2012 Buick Enclaves, it's located between the
radiator and the engine block (Surprise!). Furthermore it's replaced from the top of
the engine compartment (Another surprise!) -- Good luck

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SOURCE: engine temperture sensor located

Most likely by the thermostat housing or by intake.

Posted on Jun 13, 2012

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