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Where on a 1997 Saturn SL1 is the transmission fluid temperature sensor?

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2007-10-10 03:49:42
2007-10-10 03:49:42

It's right next to the transmission oil filter. It has a two-wire connector plugged into it. NOTE: if you have a manual transmission, there is no trans fluid temperature sensor.

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