hey there this is Steve im a Saturn mechanic in st.catharines on.anyway to answer your question the coolant temp sensor is in the head under the upper rad hose,if you want a tip make sure the connector has no signs of green corosion,and when u change the sensor inspect the sensor if it is bad than it will be discoloured or have a crack in it. make sure you get a factory sensor because they are now updated and it will be made of brass not plastic,also don't worry about the way you unplugged it,it doesn't matter what way it plugs in its only a thermistor,by the way the 97's were bad for fuel pumps.
In the expansion tank.
plugs, wires, coolant temp sensor, fuel pump
1 and the coolant temp sensor is located in the head under the upper rad hose
It means your coolant sensor is bad and needs replaced.
If you mean for Coolant level sensor it is on the bottom of the plastic coolant dish on the passenger side of the car.
The coolant temp sensor is located next to the thermostat housing.
Which engine do you have?
Either your coolant is actually low or you have a coolant sensor bad.
The 1997 Saturn knock?æsensor is located on the back of the engine. The knock sensor can be removed by removing the wiring harness and the retaining bolts.
It is located in the bottom of coolant bottle.
It is located on the coolant reservoir. This part cost $70.00
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1997 Lincoln Continental is located on top of the engine, near the upper radiator hose. It constantly relays the engine's temperature to the computer.
Low engine coolant
it is threaded into the thermostate housing.
It is under the alternator
It is the two wire sensor next to the thermostat housing.
The amount of coolant it will take to fill your vehicle is dependent upon how low the coolant level is. You can add coolant to your coolant reservoir. The reservoir will have an indicator of when the coolant system is full.
If It is the temp. sensor and not the thermosat I believe it is the bottom of the coolant tank. I thimk you have to buy a new tank.
It is on the driver side of the engine. It is right next to the camshaft sensor below the coolant pipes. It is about 6 inches away from the Throttle body.
If coolant level is correct--sensor may be bad If coolant level is correct--sensor may be bad
There are two separate sensors that play here. the "coolant temperature sensor" and "coolant LEVEL sensor". I suggest confirming which of these was replaced, as it is very common for them to be confused. likely you will find the coolant sensor that was replaced was the one on the engine (temperature); The LEVEL sensor is mounted either in the coolant resivoir or in the radiator. Probably just need the proper sensor replaced.
The coolant temp sensor for a 1977 Camry is important to the engine running properly. The sensor sends a signal to the computer to keep the air/ fuel mix correct.
It is located under the coolant reservoir. You can't just replace the sensor. The whole coolant reservoir must be replace. It's a simply 10 minute job.
In the thermostat housing