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where to install water temp sensor????

i have an 08 4.0L and dont really know where to install my temp senor. did you guys remove your factory sensor???
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Are you talking about a e-fan probe or an aftermarket guage?

A e-fan probe will go into the radiator fins up close to the top hose area.

A guage sensor ought to be in the coolant and on the engine side of the stat.

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Use a scangauge....
I always have Water Temp running on my scangauge...
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i got a autometer water temp gauge...
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