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Jun 15, 2021· The average coolant temperature sensor replacement cost is between $50 and $250, depending on the car model and labor costs. A coolant temperature sensor costs $30 to $100, and the labor costs $20 to $150. The coolant temperature sensor itself is often quite cheap and you can often find them around $40 for a quality one.