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what is the year, make, model and engine?? do you have the code???
engine size??? code???
yes, the 125 code is for the coolant sensor. make sure you check the connector for damage. it is located by where the upper radiator hose comes ff the motor by the thermostat housing. it is towards the back of the motor drivers side.
that is the ect sensor or engine coolant sensor. it is number 6
that is the only image I have. it is the only sensor there
did you look for the sensor???
no, it is where I told you it is. by the upper hose where it connects to the motor.
open this link and thats a picture of it
it is near the hose. f you know what it looks like, match it up. follow the 2 wires to the sensor
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These coolant sensors are indeed hidden from plain view. Luckily, the same engine found in your Cavalier can be found in other cars, such as the Saturn L300. Click here to see a video showing coolant temp sensor replacement on an engine just like the one in your car.