How to Replace the Coolant Temperature Sensor on a 1991 Ford Ranger 3.0?

Answer The coolant temperature sensor on a 1991 Ford Ranger with a 3.0 engine, mounts to the intake manifold just to the right of the thermostat. If the coolant temperature light comes on and you've repla... Read More »

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How to Replace a Coolant Temperature Switch in a 2001 Ford Ranger?

A vehicle's coolant temperature switch gauges the temperature of an engine and relays that information to the vehicle's computer, which then adjusts the amount of gasoline sent to the fuel injector... Read More »

How to Replace the Coolant Temperature Sensor in the 2002 Ford Focus?

The coolant temperature sensor in the 2002 Ford Focus sends a signal to the computer which tells the computer how hot the coolant is in the engine. The computer uses this information to make adjust... Read More »

How a Ford Coolant Temperature Sensor Works?

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1999 Ford Expedition: Bad Coolant Temperature Sensor?

In 1997, Ford eliminated the boxy looking Bronco and released the sleeker looking Expedition. Just as its predecessor, the Bronco, Ford based the Expedition on its F-series pickups. The 1999 Expedi... Read More »