The coolant sensor is also the temperature sensor, it can be found on the head under the distributor for 1.5 liter Civic motors prior to 1992.
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1.6 liter or d16y7
1.7 liter, 4 cylinder
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AnswerBy following the lower radiator hose that goes in to the back of engine you will find the thermostat housing. The temperature sensor is located there too for the 1992 1.5 (1.6) liter engine and many newer ones. Should you need to replace the temperature sensor in a motor prior to 1992, it is located under the distributor on the head closer to the firewall than the radiator.
1.5 liter d15b7 non vetec
Basically, a 1.6 Liter 4 cylinder engine.
The 1999 4.7 liter engine temperature sensor is located just above the thermostat housing. The sensor will be on the front of the engine.
Where is located
There were two motors that could be in that year and model, either the 1.5 liter or the 1.6 liter.
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