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Question by  kml0508 (22)

How do you replace the water temperature sensor in a Hyundai Santa Fe V-6?


Answer by  QuestionGirl (146)

You're going to need a matching a sensor that follows the maker brand of your Hyundai Santa Fe v-6, You can consult you user manual, for a schematic.


Answer by  6ixk (1156)

Trace the hose off the radiator. It leads to a thermostat housing, which also has the sensor located on it. Remove it, and replace it.


Answer by  Dane (20)

You will need to remove the locking wire connector first. With water temperature sensors you may also have partially or fully drain the coolant and remove with the appropriate wrench.


Answer by  Samhane (703)

This depends on the year but purchase a haynes manual from an auto parts store, along with the sensor. Locate the sensor, remove lead, replace sensor, and attach lead.


Answer by  laura27 (1216)

A must have matching sensor with the maker brand of your Hyundai Santa Fe v-6. 1. Remove locking wire connector. 2. Partially or fully drain the coolant/remove with correct wrench. 3. Put new one in turning it with an open end wrench. 4. User manual for a schematic. 5. Consult licensed mechanic if you're a novice and needs help.


Answer by  PANKAJ59 (3)

you'll need to cut the wire and install a deep socket to break the old one loose. Then,you'll need to install the new turning it with an open end wrench

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