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Be Cool Radiators 185° Temperature Sender Turns On @ 185° / Off @ 165°

Be Cool Radiators 75029

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Be Cool Radiators 185° Temperature Sender Turns On @ 185° / Off @ 165° $29.99
185° Temperature Sender
  • Turns On @ 185° / Off @ 165°
  • 3/8'' NPT

  • Specifications:

    Wiring Harness Included
    No
    Sending Unit Included
    Yes
    Air Conditioning Relay Included
    No
    Fan Off Temperature (F)
    165 degrees F
    Fan On Temperature (F)
    185 degrees F
    Fan Quantity
    Single
    Manual Override Switch Included
    No
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Relay Included
    No
    Sending Unit Style
    Thread-in
    Sending Unit Thread Size
    3/8-18 NPT
    Thermal Switch Style
    Sending unit only
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    75029

    Be Cool Temperature Senders for accurate switching of electric fans or other accessories.

    Features
  • 3/8-18 NPT Thread-in design
  • Pre-set on/off temperatures
  • Single threaded pole

  • 75029 is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Date published: 2016-05-11
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Questionable I purchased this item to help regulate fan control and ultimately engine coolant temp for winter driving ( originally my fan control relay was on amytime the ignition was, making ir impossible for the engine coolant to warm up during cold weather )...after installation of the control sensor / switch I purged the cooling system of air and ran the engine...the engine overheated ( sensor / switch would not engage ) 2 times in a row ( a couple of days apart )...I'm not sure if this was a fluke or if there is a required break in procedure / temperature range for this part ( there were no instructions included )....since the second overheating the sensor / switch has operated correctly ( I have however added a manual fan overide switch incase the issue occurs again )...
    Date published: 2016-02-16
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