BRAND NEW *OEM QUALITY* ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR TO SUIT FORD
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FORD F100 F150 F250 F350 V8 4.9L 5.8L 302 & 351 Windsor/Cleveland Motors
OEM# 6810428, E1AZ12648B, 250791B020
- for OE No: 6810428
- Connector Shape: round
- Socket Color: Light Grey
- Thread Size: 3/8″-18 NPTF
- Spanner size: 24 mm
- Number of pins: 2 -pin connector
- High Quality
- OEM Fit and Design
- Easy install
- Simple operation
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[01/85 – 12/85] FORD F100 4.9L V8 302 cu.in Windsor
[01/86 – 12/87] FORD F100 4.9L V8 302 cu.in Windsor
[01/89 – 12/90] FORD F150 4.9L V8 302 cu.in Windsor
[01/87 – 12/90] FORD F150 4.9L V8 302 cu.in Windsor
[01/86 – 12/89] FORD F350 4.9L V8 302 cu.in Windsor
[01/90 – 12/93] FORD F150 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Windsor
[01/91 – 12/93] FORD F350 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Windsor
[01/75 – 12/77] FORD F250 4.9L V8 302 cu.in Cleveland
[01/79 – 12/85] FORD F100 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/76 – 12/85] FORD F100 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/77 – 12/85] FORD F100 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/78 – 12/84] FORD F100 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/85 – 12/85] FORD F250 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/78 – 12/85] FORD F250 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/78 – 12/79] FORD F350 5.8L V8 351 cu.in Cleveland
[01/87 – 12/90] FORD F350 7.5L V8 460 cu.in FORD 385
ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE’S ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
What does a Coolant Temperature Sensor do?
The Coolant Temperature sensor changes resistance with the temperature. The Coolant Temperature sensor is critical to many PCM functions such as fuel injection, ignition timing, variable valve timing, and transmission shifting.
Where are these sensors located?
The Coolant Temperature sensor is located in a coolant passage in the engine usually near the thermostat.
Will a malfunctioning Coolant Temp Sensor illuminate the check engine light or affect vehicle operation?
Yes, a failing sensor can illuminate the MIL, and cause the engine to run rich or lean. The transmission may shift incorrectly or not lock up the torque converter.
What are the common causes of failure?
Typically these sensors fail due to corrosion within the coolant system. They may also leak coolant through the wiring connector.
How to determine if these sensors are malfunctioning?
A DTC will be set if an abnormal reading occurs, P0116 for sensor performance, P0117 for low input, or P0118 for high input. The coolant temperature sensor reading should closely match the air charge/manifold temperature reading on a scan tool if the engine has not been run for over an hour. The sensor circuit can be checked for proper voltage using a voltmeter.
Why Buy from Us / What makes Our Coolant Temp Sensors the best?
• As an OEM manufacturer, Standard/ Our Supplier has complete control of the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product
• Temperature sensor design specifies tight tolerance thermistor response values to assure the accuracy of the temperature measurement and proper part operation
• All Coolant Temperature sensors are 100% factory tested to ensure trouble-free performance.