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Gauge Help/ENGINE TEMP SENSOR LOCATION

Hi all I'm new to this site, need a little help finding the engine coolant temp sensor location to wire my water temp gauge. I have 2.2 LS cobalt. Pics or how to install properly would be very helpful. Thanks. Can't seem to find where to wire this temp sensor too.
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is it an electronic gauge?



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is it an electronic gauge?
yes it is can you help, you know where to wire the temp sensor too
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well i'm not positive on where it is but find the coolant sensor in the car and tap into one of the wires



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well i'm not positive on where it is but find the coolant sensor in the car and tap into one of the wires
Do you an LS also, you know where the coolant sensor is? Any pics would help alot or location.
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idk why you wanna do this when the car already tells you the temperature



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idk why you wanna do this when the car already tells you the temperature
Just another gauge I want to put on my car. Kind of hook to car modification.
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gauges you say, well there are more useful ones than a second coolant gauge



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