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Engine Temp Light

I have a 97 F250 and today I start it up and the engine temp light comes on. The truck was dead cold. Truck runs just below the N in normal on the gauge. Think the sender is bad? If so, where is it? Light stays on now from time I start the truck until I turn it off.

97 F250 3" downpipe, DIY Intake, Self made exhaust, Edge Evo., 2000 HPOP

93 Mustang 347 stroker, fuel injected 9.72@142
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Try this link. It shows most of the sensors for our "last of the hard bodies" trucks.

Powerstrokeshop.com

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