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Old 04-18-2008, 11:58 AM   #1
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One of many sensors on the Grizz that was throwing a code before we shut er down.

I pulled it and got a price from the dealer of $50.

Is there a way of telling for sure that it'* bad

By appearance it looks OK. Does anyone know how it works

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WOW!?! $50?!?! My 92 keeps annoying me with a 'Low Coolant' warning all the time, so this weekend I tried pulling it, and cleaning it, but to no avail... so I was going to pick up a new one... but $50?!?!? For that little thing?! I'll have to do some junk yard searching then...
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aftermarket will be much cheaper....

can you make the picture smaller Paul?
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If you simply pull the connector off of it, the low coolant light will go out.............but I can't stand being a perfectionist.
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It'* my new camera. I haven't got used to it yet. What size should I size it to
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I'm a perfectionist too, thats why I want to replace it... I can't stand when things aren't complete, or working properly....
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Thanks Haro, I'll check with Napa to see if they have that part. I thought it was a dealer only part.
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:( Price from Napa was $60.

I'm sticking with the GM part for $50.
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www.rockauto.com has one for 17.05 and another for 20.79.
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It'* my new camera. I haven't got used to it yet. What size should I size it to
Set the pixel width to 640 or less. That way we won't have to scroll left and right. This can be done by you before you upload to the photo server (faster upload) using photo editing software or, the pixel width can be edited at the server (in your case at photobucket). Right clicking for photo properties on your image shows a current pixel width of 1600.
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