Coolant Temperature Sensor
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Intermotor Coolant Temperature Sensor

Part No. WT5071 Warranty Details  

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CARQUEST by Intermotor is a complete engine management import line that includes ignition and electrical relays, switches and sensors with a concentration on high technology categories such as computerized engine controls, fuel injection, and emission controls with coverage for every part number with an import nameplate. Intermotor parts are unrivalled for quality, original fit, form, function, and coverage providing a genuine import part in every box. Intermotor is the import leader by design.

Product Features:
  • As a global manufacturer, Our has complete control of the manufacturing process from componentry to finished product
  • Temperature sensor design specifies tight tolerance thermistor response values to assure accuracy of the temperature measurement and proper part operation
  • All Coolant Temperature sensors are 100% factory tested to ensure trouble-free performance
  • Featuring the broadest sensor coverage in the market, we meet the service professionals needs with the highest quality product every time he opens the box
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Connector Gender:Female (1)
Material:Brass
Terminal Gender:Male (1)
Terminal Quantity:2

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  • Q:

    Does this sensor fit both in the head and in the radiator? I'm not sure which one of mine is bad. I have a 2007 civic si. Is there a way to tell which one it is, that you know of?
    Asked on 9/1/2015 by cjlovesyourmom from Benton, Ar

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      A:

      Good question, I will be happy to help! Yes this sensor is the same for the one on the head and the one on the radiator. I would recommend replacing both at the same time to eliminate the problem completely, besides if one failed then the other is probably close behind. Don't forget fresh new coolant by CARQUEST (Part No. ANT301) when you're doing this job.

      Answered on 9/1/2015 by JJMO ASE Parts Pro from AAP
  • Q:

    2004 Honda accord lx 2.4 where is this tw sensor located
    Asked on 2/17/2015 by yvan from east hartford ct

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      A:

      Hi Yvan, I'm glad to help you! Your 2004 Honda Accord LX 2.4L has two engine coolant temperature sensors. One in left bottom of the radiator and another one in cylinder head near the EGR valve, both are 2 pin connectors.

      Answered on 2/18/2015 by Solomon
  • Q:

    What is the difference in this sensor and the Intermotor WT5068?
    Asked on 6/9/2014 by Tye from Temple Hills, Maryland

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      A:

      I'm happy to help, Tye! This BWD/Intermotor Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Part No. WT5071 is designed to fit different vehicles than the BWD/Intermotor Part No. WT5068. WT5068 only fits 2001-2011 Honda Civics with the 1.7L and 1.8L engines and the 2006-2007 Honda S2000 with the 2.2L.

      Answered on 6/10/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
  • Q:

    The 'check engine' light is on and throws a ECT2 sensor code. Is this the ECT2 sensor?
    Asked on 9/14/2010 by Anonymous

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      A:

      Yes this is a coolant temperature sensor.

      Answered on 9/14/2010 by Kevin from AAP
  • Q:

    where is this part located on the engine and does this sensor tell the cooling fan to come on?
    Asked on 8/24/2010 by earl from south carolina

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      A:

      For further assistance, please provide the year, make, model and engine size of the vehicle in question.

      Answered on 8/24/2010 by Mike from AAP
  • Q:

    what does this sensor do and how do you know if not working?
    Asked on 7/17/2010 by rikk from new britain ct.06051

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      A:

      This sensor measures the engine coolant temperature, and the rate of the coolant temperature change. If the sensor is bad it will trigger a trouble code and the check engine light in the dashboard will come on, you can retrieve the engine code and see if it is related to the coolant temperature sensor, even if the engine control computer doesn't store a trouble code, there is another way to suspect a bad coolant temperature sensor : If your vehicle starts using more fuel than usual, starts having trouble starting when the engine reaches normal operating temperature or you notice black smoke coming out from the exhaust tail pipe, it is very likely that these symptoms are related to a bad coolant temperature sensor

      Answered on 7/18/2010 by Mike from AAP
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