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How does a car thermometer work?

How does a car thermometer work? I mean where is the Sensor? Since the temp always seems pretty accurate and the wind does not affect it and if under the hood I would think the engine heat would mess it up. Just a curiosity thing? Anyone know?

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Car thermometer is placed inside the hood. it is place usually in top of the wire from dashboard panel temperature indicator pointing the surfaces inside the hood.

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