When I called the auto parts store there were several types of sensors for this year/make/model available. How do I know which one to replace? This car only has 90,000 miles on it and is in imaculate condition. I cannot afford to play process of elimination.
Is this the only sensor that can cause this problem? Several sensor parts avail. on 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis
by MamaLea in Fortuna, CA on June 06, 2013
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ANSWER by ziptie12 on June 06, 2013
What sensor and what problem? Can try avoiding the 'process of elimination' by having a shop diagnose it (and make them stand by their diagnosis!).Going by the description in your other post , I don't think the sensor or guage is the problem.........radiator- radiator cooling fan- Poor engine performance, & trans problems.
COMMENT by helmutkarsten on September 19, 2014
AutoZone does help. they can hook-up the diagnosis and print a slip with all the codes. This will narrow it down. Engine-Control sensors answer directly to the control module, for exact timing. You have a few of those. However, the coil or spark-plugs can be your 'culprit' as well. There are too many possibilities. w/o the read-out slip, it's all just guess-work.