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I have a '95 Laguna 2.0 RXE. The temp sensor constantly reads 80 degrees celcius. How can I sort this? Cheers Stu
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The sensor itself had got to be replaced.. easy job but the sensor is not cheap..

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I have a problem with the sensor of my 2002 Laguna 19 Initiale. I obtained a replacement but have not yet had the courage to undertake the job.
The service CD shows a lever being applied to the upper edge of the mirror in order to pop it out.
Owing to the very expensive mirror replacement (light sensitive model), I am a little dubious to commence the procedure.
Any ideas that might reduce the chances of breaking the mirror?

Thanks in anticipation.
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