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Where is the temperature sending unit on a 1988 Toyota pickup?


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2007-10-25 19:21:25
2007-10-25 19:21:25

If it's not located on the thermostat housing, where the top radiator hose attaches to the motor, then it's under the intake air chamber in the head.


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