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WTB: coolant temp sensory pigtail

BadVr4

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i need a coolant temp sensor pigtail that is in good shape. let me know if u have one, shoot me over a pic of it
 

Wizardawd

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Well, there are 4 coolant temp sensors.

1 is technically a radiator fan switch and plugs into the radiator under the coolant fan. 1 single wire connector that runs the gauge in the dash, a 2 wire staggered pin connector that is the ECU's coolant signal next to the gauge sender and a side-by-side 2 pin that is used for A/C control at the top thermostat housing.

Wiz
 

Polish

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FYI, standard female spade connectors fit perfect.


coilcon_alt.jpg


Just use an insulated one like in the left of this picture. Fits and works fine, I used them on my car. Cheap and easy way to replace all the failing/corroded OEM connections.
 

atc250r

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I'm assuming you mean the two pronged one on the front of the t-stat housing. Just get two female spade terminals and attach them to the stock wires.

John
 

BadVr4

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Quote:
FYI, standard female spade connectors fit perfect.


coilcon_alt.jpg


Just use an insulated one like in the left of this picture. Fits and works fine, I used them on my car. Cheap and easy way to replace all the failing/corroded OEM connections.


can anybody send me some links to where i can buy a couple of those? radio shack only sold the connectors them selves
 

Wizardawd

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Spool of wire and some connectors from a parts store...you'll be using it again.

Wiz
 

spooling92vr4

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i dont usually give out my secrets, but the plug is the same as any eclipse/ galant rear factory speaker plug

enjoy
 
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