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Where is the coolant temp sensor on a 1993 34l v6 Canadian camaro?

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2011-09-13 10:38:07
2011-09-13 10:38:07

Never mind, I found it earlier today.

For those of you who do not know but would like to know, It has a 2wire sensor and the 1 wire sending unit(which is green). I confused the sending unit with the 2 wire cts until I looked at it and noticed it wasnt it so that's when I decided to ask here but I found it shortly after. It is kindve behind/below the throttle body to the right side if you are looking at the engine from the front. its the brass/heavy duty looking sensor right by the thermostat(to the right of it). the sensor is $8 at discount auto and $30 from GM. It should be a 19mm wrench size. its easy to take out once you have the coil pack unbolted and moved aside, just mark the coil plugs if you want to take them off so you can rememebr where they go later. also make sure you wrap the new sensor with white teflon tape before putting it in to help seal it and prevent water from leaking. Elliot

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