Coolant Temperature Sensor
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Beck/Arnley Coolant Temperature Sensor

Part No. 158-0782 Warranty Details  
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Beck/Arnley partners with wholesale distributors, who service jobbers, and retailers to deliver parts made right for technicians. These technicians service the maintenance and repair market for foreign nameplate vehicles. Beck/Arnley is the import brand supplier of premium, quality import parts for cars, light trucks and SUVs. They source one part at a time by each application, finding the best part for a specific model and year. Whether Asian or European vehicles, Beck/Arnley provides OE quality parts from around the world, from over 400 manufacturers working with a database of 800 sources. Beck/Arnley product specialists and experienced sourcing experts follow a unique research, analysis and procurement process known as Application Specific Sourcing. Using proven global sourcing expertise, they source parts from the OE supplier or approved manufacturer to supply their distributors. Beck/Arnley delivers exceptional value to service technicians.
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  • Q:

    what is the thread size of this sensor?

    Thank you
    Asked on 3/23/2017 by Nick from Stuart Fl

    1 answer



      Hi Nick! This Beck/Arnley Coolant Temperature Sensor (Part Number- 158-0782) has the thread size of M12 x 1.5.

      Answered on 3/24/2017 by Solomon from AAP
  • Q:

    What tools will I need to install this? I am being told this is what is wrong from all the forums I talk too. However, I do not have any check engine type lights on at all. Could this just be a fuse out?
    Asked on 12/29/2014 by Jim from Thornton, CO

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      Hi Jim, A faulty coolant temperature sensor may cause an engine to run hot and increase fuel consumption. When the coolant temperature sensor fails, the problem may cause the check engine light to be illuminated and will likely trigger a fault code. However, I would suggest that you take your vehicle and get it thoroughly checked by a certified mechanic before buying any parts that may/may not solve the problem.

      Answered on 12/30/2014 by Steve from AAP


      Hi Jim! It will really depend on the clearance you have on the specific make and model you’re working on, generally it requires either a deep well 6 point socket or the appropriate crows foot, again depending on available clearance. I would suggest that you get a service manual for your specific application in order to trouble shoot your specific issue, could be a fuse but it could also be wiring, corrosion or any other potential fault in the circuit. It would be best to use the appropriate service manual to troubleshoot.

      Answered on 12/30/2014 by Solomon
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