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Old 04-12-2008, 12:22 AM   #1
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Default Ext. Temp sensor?! I Can't seem to find one in town?

Anyone knows a place to order one? I checked with o riley, autozone, checkers, and napa. No dice. Also checked junk yards.

Its getting hot and id love to get this baby working!

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you guys are too great. by any chance do you know the part number for a 1994 sse bonney?

Also, does anyone have a picture of guide of the proper placement of this sensor.?

i bought the car and it seems to never have one... my "EXT TEMP" always has no reading.
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Front of the car, at the base of the steel bracket in front of your radiator.

No, I don't have the part number. If you go to that site, it'* intuitive. Click the make, year, and model, and find your part. Did you even try? That'* the easies parts source to use on the internet.
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Yes i did. The closest thing I found was SENSOR,SUN LOAD TEMP and I just want to make sure that I'm getting the right part as since the car has never had one I was unsure what it looked like
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