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Location of coolant temperature sensor on 2001 Stratus

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Old 10-30-2010, 05:36 AM
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Default Location of coolant temperature sensor on 2001 Stratus

Hey, the car is an 01 Stratus SE 2.4L DOHC sedan.Where is the coolant temperature sensor located and how hard is it to replace? Does anyone have any pics or diagrams? Appreciate all help, the car didnt have a manual with it.
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Old 11-02-2010, 12:36 AM
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Hey guys, just an update.I found out where my coolant temp sensor was and it also fixed the problems i was having with my car that i stated in another post.I had the codes read at AutoZone and it said i need the coolant temp sensor.I had it replaced and my car is now running very very nicely.Its amazing what little things can do to your car.Thanks for everyones input and advice.
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temp gauge is going up and down not really staying hot just kinda jumping around already replaced thermostat any suggestions someone said engine coolant temp sensor if so where is that located
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