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I can not find the temperature coolant sensor on my 91'accord, I am out of ideas. Can you help me, can you explain exactly where it is located?

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Stephanie, Depending on what engine you have; The ECT (Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor) typically is directly to the left of the throttle body when you are looking at the throttle body side of the V-6 engine. Also, the ECT is directly next to the ignition distributor on the front belt side of the four-cylinder engine. I am not sure if you have a V-6 or a four-cylinder, but this should point you in the right direction. This picture; should give you more of a visual though it is listed for 98-99 models the picture is the same for the sensor. I hope this helps!! Thank You for writing into AskPatty. A. J. Valle

Judy Curry, Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing at Currys Auto Service Stefanie, The coolant temp sensor is behind the distributor ( 4 cyl engine) usually covered in oil next to a coolant hose usually oil soaked. Best, Judy Curry

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