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Old 10-26-2002, 10:37 PM
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where have they hid the temp sending unit

hi all .. where is ford putting the temp sending unit on 1992 ranger 2.3 liter...... took 1 1/2 hours to change the 8 spark plugs and another hour looking for sending unit.......thanks if you can help

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where have they hid the temp sending unit

[updated:LAST EDITED ON 30-Oct-02 AT 08:39 PM (EST)]Changed mine on a 97 2.3 in a half hour. What were you doing so long?

I can look up the sender on a 97 if that helps.

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where have they hid the temp sending unit

I have a 87 torbo and the sending unit is underneath the intake.actauly on the lower intake,don't know if it is the same but hope this helps.
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look up from under your truck, it is located 4-6" down from the intake
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