Coolant Temp Sensor Switch
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Factory Air Coolant Temp Sensor Switch

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Product Features:
  • Contains gaskets, o-rings, or seals to properly replace the product
  • Brass construction for accurate temperature sensing
  • Color coded for easy identification
  • Zinc coated terminal to resist corrosion
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Function:Coolant Temp Sensor Switch

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Factory AirCoolant Temp Sensor Switch
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Perfect fit

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from Kentucky

Verified Buyer

Comments about Factory Air Coolant Temp Sensor Switch:

Ordered from another auto parts store online and got what I paid for. Part was cheaper, but wouldn't clip in properly. The process of returning it took three email exchanges, pictures, explanations, and just way too long. Advanced Auto does a great job of ensuring the right fit every time at a very competitive cost. That's the last time I'm buying from anyone else. On top of that, if I decide I don't need a part, there's an Advanced Auto store down the road that will gladly take it back, even if it had been shipped to my house. Thanks for great products and a great experience! I'm a loyal buyer for life. Make sure to join their rewards program too. It makes them among the lowest cost out there.

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4.0

perfecft fit solved the problem...

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from jersey

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  • Easy To Use

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    • Small Cars

    Comments about Factory Air Coolant Temp Sensor Switch:

    Unfortunately, I had to replace more than the sensor in my 1998 camry since previous one had melted within the housing, it actually broke in half and was just hanging, this caused my check engine to light up and eventlually ran like HORRIBLY housing was (replaced) which had to get from the dealer.... but nonetheless very happy..also I would recommend doing the coolant flush&thermostat at the same time this will save you $$$ money in the long run..and will keep your camry going for many years to come...

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    4.0

    Very nice product

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    from Central New York

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        Comments about Factory Air Coolant Temp Sensor Switch:

        My 94 Camry had a huge stall out issue when it would idle at stop signs and lights, after checking a few other things we came across this particular sensor and found the original had deteriorated so much it broke in half upon removal. Picked this part up and it was an easy install and now the car works so much better. (Put 400 Miles on it between replacing the sensor and now just to be sure) This may be a little more expensive than some of the other's they have, however if you're rehabilitating an older car like I am, I say it's worth spending a little extra to make sure you have a solid part.

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        • Q:

          code po 125 on a 1999 toyota corolla
          Asked on 1/16/2014 by Rafael from United States

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            A:

            I'm happy to help, Rafael! I did a search for the diagnostic trouble code online for you and the result is: Insufficient Coolant Temperature For Closed Loop Fuel Control. According to the information I read the most likely culprits if you've already reset the code and it's come back are faulty thermostat, faulty ECT sensor, or a low coolant level. I would recommend having a certified mechanic diagnose the issue. If you need help locating a certified mechanic please use our 'Need repair help? link further down this page.

            Answered on 1/16/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
        • Q:

          where is this located on a 97 camry ce with a 2.2 litre engine
          Asked on 10/2/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            It is located at the under hood, center, upper engine area, mounted top driver side of engine.

            Answered on 10/3/2011 by Dennis from AAP
        • Q:

          where is this located in a 1999 xj8 jag
          Asked on 2/19/2011 by Anonymous

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            A:

            The switch is located under dash on passenger side on the side kick plate.

            Answered on 5/4/2011 by David the Dynamite Parts Guy from AAP
        • Q:

          I have a 1999 Mazda 626 and it will operate for about 4 blocks and then the tranmission will stop pulling. I have had the tranmission filter changes with new transmission fluid installed. Any idea as to what the problem could be. Also after three or four hours the vehilce will move and then repeat the same pattern.
          Asked on 10/20/2010 by Raybee from Montgomery, Alabama

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            A:

            Sounds like electrical issues. Since we are unable to be there with your vehicle to properly diagnose, I highly recommend taking your vehicle to a reputable transmission shop and having them take a look at it.

            Answered on 10/20/2010 by Mike the auto parts master from AAP
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            Sounds like electrical issues. Since we are unable to be there with your vehicle to properly diagnose, I highly recommend taking your vehicle to a reputable transmission shop and having them take a look at it.

            Answered on 10/20/2010 by Kevin the King of Auto Parts. from AAP
        • Q:

          on an 93 mazda 626 2.0l fs-de there are 3 coolant sensos one I know is an coolant temp. Sensor wat are the other 2
          Asked on 10/10/2010 by speaka from fort lauderdale, fl

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            A:

            You most likely have a coolant level sensor, a coolant temperature sensor, and a coolant temperature switch.

            Answered on 10/27/2010 by Mike the Auto Parts Master from AAP
        • Q:

          Where is this switch located in a Toyota Corolla 1999???
          Asked on 7/21/2010 by David from Ft.Lauderdale,Fl.

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            A:

            Where is the Coolant Temperature sensor located?
            usually near the thermostat housing

            Answered on 8/12/2010 by luz from aap
        • Q:

          What does the factory air switch do?
          Asked on 5/25/2010 by kenny from peterstown, wv

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            A:

            This factory air switch turns on the Radiator fan when the coolant gets to a certain temperature.

            Answered on 5/25/2010 by Kevin from AAP
        • Q:

          were is this sensor located cant find
          Asked on 11/28/2009 by Anonymous

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            A:

            In order to be more helpful in response to your question, we need specific information about your vehicle make, model, year and engine size.

            Answered on 11/30/2009 by Mike from Advance Auto Parts
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