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Old 05-07-2008
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Temperature Gauge stopped working

I have a 1991 four cylinder Ranger and temp sensor don't work. I went to Autozone and bought a temperature sending unit and a temperature sensor. I cant find either of these two on my engine. Does anyone out there know if these parts are whats wrong and if they are. Were are these sensors located. Thanks
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The sending unit threads into the head right behind the intake manifold.
I'm not sure about a sensor. There is another unit that threads into the block under the intake. Maybe that's the sensor. ??
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