AFI CTS1005 Coolant Sensor (2023)

Details

The AFI CTS1005 Coolant Sensor works with the engine computer (ECU) of the vehicle, monitoring the temperature of the coolant continuously to ensure that the engine runs at the optimum temperature.

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Buy with confidence knowing the AFI CTS1005 Coolant Sensor is designed specifically to deliver maximum reliability and piece of mind for years and is backed by a 2 year, 40,000km warranty.

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FORD AUSTRALIA
TELSTAR
1992 - 1994 Petrol Engine 2.5 AX Hatchback 120KW
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1994 - 1996 Petrol Engine 2.0 EFi AY Hatchback 85KW
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1992 - 1994 Petrol Engine 2.0 TX5 EFi AX Hatchback 85KW
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1994 - 1996 Petrol Engine 2.0 EFi AY Sedan 85KW
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1994 - 1995 Petrol Engine 2.5 AX Sedan 123KW
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1992 - 1994 Petrol Engine 2.5 AX Hatchback 123KW
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1992 - 1994 Petrol Engine 2.0 AX Sedan 85KW
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1992 - 1994 Petrol Engine 2.5 AX Sedan 120KW
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1994 - 1996 Petrol Engine 2.5 TX5 EFi AY Hatchback 120KW
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COURIER
2004 - 2006 Diesel 2.5 TD 4x4 PH Platform/Chassis 86KW
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2004 - 2006 Diesel 2.5 TD PH Platform/Chassis 86KW
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1999 - 2002 Diesel 2.5 TD 4x4 PE Platform/Chassis 86KW
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1999 - 2002 Diesel 2.5 TD PE Platform/Chassis 86KW
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1999 - 2002 Diesel 2.5 TD PE Ute 86KW
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1999 - 2002 Diesel 2.5 TD 4x4 PE Ute 86KW
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2004 - 2006 Diesel 2.5 TD PH Ute 86KW
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2004 - 2006 Diesel 2.5 TD All-wheel Drive PH Ute 86KW
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LASER
1999 - 1999 Petrol Engine 1.6 i KN Sedan 77KW
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1999 - 2001 Petrol Engine 1.8 i KN Hatchback 92KW
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1994 - 1999 Petrol Engine 1.6 i KL,KJ Sedan 80KW
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1994 - 1999 Petrol Engine 1.8 i KL,KJ Sedan 92KW
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1994 - 1999 Petrol Engine 1.8 i KJ,KL Hatchback 92KW
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1994 - 1999 Petrol Engine 1.6 i KJ,KL Hatchback 80KW
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2001 - 2002 Petrol Engine 2.0 i KNIII,KQ Hatchback 98KW
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FESTIVA
1997 - 1997 Petrol Engine 1.5 i WD Hatchback 67KW
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1994 - 1997 Petrol Engine 1.3 i WB Hatchback 47KW
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PROBE
1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 2.5 SV,ST,SU Coupe 120KW
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JAGUAR
X-TYPE
2002 - 2009 Petrol Engine 2.1 V6 X400 Sedan 115KW
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M12
LEXUS
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1997 - 2000 Petrol Engine 400 (UCF20_) UCF20 Sedan 209KW
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1989 - 1995 Petrol Engine 400 (UCF10) UCF10 Sedan 180KW
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LX
1998 - 2008 Petrol Engine 470 (UZJ100) UZJ100 SUV 170KW
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ES
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2001 - 2008 Petrol Engine 3.0 (MCV20_, MCV30_) MCV30 Sedan 158KW
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IS
1999 - 2005 Petrol Engine 200 (GXE10) GXE10 Sedan 114KW
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2001 - 2005 Petrol Engine 300 (JCE10) JCE10 Sedan 157KW
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RX
2003 - 2008 Petrol Engine 330 AWD (MCU38) MCU38 SUV 171KW
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MAZDA
3
2013 - 2019 Petrol Engine 2.0 (BMEFS) BM,BN Hatchback 114KW
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2013 - 2019 Petrol Engine 2.0 (BMEFP) BN,BM Sedan 114KW
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2009 - 2013 Diesel 2.2 MZR CD (BL10) BL Sedan 110KW
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2013 - 2019 Petrol Engine 2.5 SP25 (SP25) BN,BM Sedan 138KW
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2009 - 2013 Diesel 2.2 MZR CD (BL10) BL Hatchback 110KW
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2013 - 2019 Petrol Engine 2.5 SP25 (BM543) BM,BN Hatchback 138KW
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2006 - 2009 Diesel 2.0 MZR-CD (BK14) BK Hatchback 105KW
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2006 - 2009 Diesel 2.0 MZR-CD (BK12) BK Sedan 105KW
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2003 - 2009 Petrol Engine 2.3 SP23 (BK3P) BK Hatchback 115KW
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Product Fitment Note: To 03/2006
EUNOS 30X
1996 - 1997 Petrol Engine 1.8 i V6 EC Coupe 99KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
323 ASTINA
1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 2.0 (BAEP) BA Coupe 104KW
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1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 1.8 16V BA Hatchback 92KW
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1998 - 2004 Petrol Engine 1.8 Astina (BJ8W) BJ Hatchback 92KW
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1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 2.0 24V (BAEP) BA Hatchback 106KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
2001 - 2004 Petrol Engine 2.0 (BJFW) BJ Hatchback 96KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 1.8 BA Coupe 92KW
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Product Fitment Note: Check Plug
6
2008 - 2011 Diesel 2.2 MZR-CD (GH10) GH Wagon 136KW
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2009 - 2011 Diesel 2.2 MZR-CD (GH10) GH Hatchback 136KW
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2012 - 2018 Petrol Engine 2.5 (GJ5FW) GJ,GL Wagon 138KW
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2012 - 2018 Petrol Engine 2.5 (GJ5FP) GJ,GL Sedan 138KW
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2006 - 2008 Diesel 2.0 DI (GG14) GG Hatchback 105KW
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2006 - 2008 Diesel 2.0 DI (GG14) GG Sedan 105KW
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2006 - 2008 Diesel 2.0 DI (GY19) GY Wagon 105KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
2010 - 2012 Diesel 2.2 MZR-CD (GH10) GH Hatchback 132KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
RX-8
2003 - 2012 Wankel 1.3 (SE3P) SE17 Coupe 177KW
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2003 - 2012 Wankel 1.3 (FE103, SE3P) FE103, SE3P Coupe 158KW
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2003 - 2012 Wankel 1.3 (FE103, SE3P) SE17 Coupe 141KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
CX-5
2012 - 2017 Petrol Engine 2.0 (KE107) KE,KF SUV 114KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
121 METRO
1996 - 2002 Petrol Engine 1.5 i 16V (DW5W) DW Hatchback 64KW
Positions: Engine
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1996 - 2000 Petrol Engine 1.3 i 16V (DW3W) DW Hatchback 53KW
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B-SERIES
1996 - 1999 Diesel 2.5 B2500 BRAVO TD (UFY0) UF Ute 64KW
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1999 - 2005 Diesel 2.5 B2500 BRAVO TD 4WD UN Ute 86KW
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1999 - 2006 Diesel 2.5 B2500 BRAVO TD UN Ute 86KW
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1999 - 2005 Diesel 2.5 B2500 BRAVO TD UN Platform/Chassis 86KW
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1999 - 2005 Diesel 2.5 B2500 BRAVO TD 4x4 UN Platform/Chassis 86KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
E-SERIES
1997 - 2003 Diesel E2500 TD SR2 Van 61KW
Positions: Engine Bay
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Denso
323 PROTEGÉ
1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 1.8 Protégé (BA11) BA Sedan 92KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Check Plug
1994 - 1998 Petrol Engine 1.6 PROTEGÉ (BA11) BA Sedan 80KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Check Plug
2001 - 2004 Petrol Engine 2.0 (SP20) BJ Sedan 98KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1998 - 2004 Petrol Engine 1.8 Protege (BJ10M) BJ Sedan 92KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Check Plug
RX-7
1992 - 2002 Wankel 1.3 Twin Turbo (FD3S, FD1031) FD Coupe 176KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
MPV
1996 - 1999 Petrol Engine 3.0 i V6 (LV10, LV12, LV521, LV321) LV MPV 113KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
2
2007 - 2014 Petrol Engine DE 4D FWD 1.5 DE5W Hatchback 76KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
2010 - 2014 Petrol Engine 1.5 i DE_ Sedan 76KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
2007 - 2014 Petrol Engine 1.5 (DE5FS) DE_,DH_ Hatchback 76KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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MX-6
1991 - 1997 Petrol Engine 2.5 24V (GE10L) GE Coupe 121KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
MX-5
1993 - 1998 Petrol Engine 1.8 (NA8C) NA Convertible 96KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
CX-7
2009 - 2013 Diesel 2.2 MZR-CD AWD ER SUV 136KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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SUBARU
IMPREZA
1993 - 1998 Petrol Engine 1.6 i (GC3) GC,GC3 Sedan 66KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Sensor ECU, Engine Code: EJ16E SOHC VIN: JF1GC3
1997 - 2000 Petrol Engine 1.6 i (GF3) GF,GF3 Wagon 70KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Sensor ECU, Engine Code: EJ16E SOHC VIN: JF1GF3
1997 - 2000 Petrol Engine 1.6 i (GC3) GC,GC3 Sedan 70KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Engine Code: EJ16E SOHC VIN: JF1GC3
TOYOTA
CAMRY
1992 - 1997 Petrol Engine 2.2 (SDV10, SXV10) SXV10/SDV10 Wagon 93KW
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1992 - 1997 Petrol Engine 2.2 (SDV10, SXV10) SXV10/SDV10 Sedan 93KW
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2002 - 2006 Petrol Engine 3.0 (MCV30_, MCV36) MCV36 Sedan 141KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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1997 - 2001 Petrol Engine 3.0 Vienta (MCV20_, MCV20) MCV20 Sedan 140KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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1997 - 2002 Petrol Engine 2.2 (SXV20) SXV20 Sedan 93KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU sensor
1997 - 2002 Petrol Engine 3.0 Vienta (MCV20_, MCV20) MCV20 Wagon 140KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU sensor
1996 - 2001 Petrol Engine 3.0 Vienta (VDV10) VDV10 Sedan 140KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1997 - 2002 Petrol Engine 2.2 (SXV20_) SXV20 Wagon 93KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
HILUX SURF
1995 - 1998 Diesel 3.0 TD 4WD (KZN185) KZN185 SUV 96KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note:
HILUX
1997 - 2005 Petrol Engine 2.7 (RZN154_, RZN149_) RZN149,RZN154 Platform/Chassis 107KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1998 - 2005 Diesel 3.0 D 4WD (LN16, LN172) LN167,LN172 Ute 71KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1997 - 2002 Petrol Engine 2.7 4WD (RZN174, RZN169) RZN169,RZN174 Ute 108KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1999 - 2005 Diesel 3.0 TD 4WD (KZN165) KZN165 Ute 85KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1997 - 2005 Petrol Engine 2.0 (RZN147) RZN147 Platform/Chassis 81KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1997 - 2005 Diesel 3.0 D 4WD (KZN165_) KZN165 Platform/Chassis 87KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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ECU Sensor
2006 - 2015 Diesel 3.0 D (KUN16) KUN16 Ute 126KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1997 - 2002 Petrol Engine 2.0 (RZN147, RZN152) RZN147 Ute 81KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Model: RZN147R, ECU Sendor
1998 - 2005 Petrol Engine 2.7 (RZN154, RZN149) RZN149,RZN154 Ute 107KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sendor
2001 - 2005 Petrol Engine 3.4 (VZN1_) VZN1 Ute 131KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
2001 - 2005 Petrol Engine 3.4 4WD (VZN16, VZN17) VZN167,VZN172 Ute 131KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
HIACE
1998 - 2004 Petrol Engine 2.4 i (RZH103, RZH113) RZH103,RZH113 Van 85KW
Positions: Engine,Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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ECU
1995 - 2004 Petrol Engine 2.4 (RZH103, RZH125) RZH125 Bus 85KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Suits Model: RZH103, RZH113, RZH125
RAV 4
1998 - 2000 Petrol Engine 2.0 4WD (SXA11) SXA11 SUV 94KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1994 - 2000 Petrol Engine 2.0 16V 4WD (SXA10) SXA10 SUV 95KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
2000 - 2003 Petrol Engine 2.0 4WD (ACA21, ACA20) ACA20,ACA21 SUV 110KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
HIACE SBV
1995 - 2003 Petrol Engine 2.4 SBV (RCH12, RCH22) RCH12,RCH22 Van 85KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
LAND CRUISER PRADO
2000 - 2003 Diesel 3.0 TD (KZJ90_, KZJ95_) KZJ90,KZJ95 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 92KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1996 - 2003 Petrol Engine 3.4 i 24V (VZJ90_, VZJ95_) VZJ90,VZJ95 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 131KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1996 - 2002 Petrol Engine 2.7 (RZJ95, RZJ90) RZJ95 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 110KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Model: RZJ95R, ECU Sensor
2002 - 2007 Diesel 3.0 D-4D (KZJ12) KZJ120 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 92KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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Engine
LAND CRUISER
1998 - 2002 Petrol Engine 4.5 i (FZJ105) FZJ105 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 165KW
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1998 - 2007 Diesel 4.2 TD (HDJ100_, HDJ100) HDJ100 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 150KW
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Engine
1998 - 2007 Diesel 4.2 D (HZJ105) HZJ105 Closed Off-Road Vehicle 96KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1998 - 2006 Petrol Engine 4.5 MPFi 4x4 (FZJ78, FZJ70, FZJ78R, FZJ79) FZJ78R Closed Off-Road Vehicle 165KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1990 - 2007 Diesel 4.2 D 4x4 (HZJ7__V, HZJ75RP, HZJ79R) HZJ75RP,HZJ79R Platform/Chassis 96KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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Engine Sensor
2001 - 2007 Diesel 4.2 TD 24V 4x4 (HDJ79R) HDJ79R Platform/Chassis 122KW
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Engine Code 1HDFTE
2001 - 2007 Diesel 4.2 TD 24V 4x4 (HDJ78, HDJ78R) HDJ78R Closed Off-Road Vehicle 122KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
COASTER
1993 - 2002 Diesel 4.2 D (HZB50_, HZB50) HZB50 Bus 94KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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Engine
2006 - 2016 Diesel 4.0 TD (XZB50) XZB50 Bus 110KW
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Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
COROLLA
1997 - 2002 Petrol Engine 1.8 (AE112) AE112 Sedan 85KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1998 - 2001 Petrol Engine 1.8 (AE112) AE112 Hatchback 85KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
1991 - 1995 Petrol Engine 1.6 (AE101) AE101 Sedan 76KW
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: green plug sensor
1998 - 2000 Petrol Engine 1.6 i 20V (AE111) AE111 Sedan 121KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
2003 - 2007 Petrol Engine 1.8 VVTL-i TS (ZZE123) ZZE123 Hatchback 141KW
Positions: Engine
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2001 - 2007 Petrol Engine 1.8 (ZZE122) ZZE122 Sedan 100KW
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2001 - 2007 Petrol Engine 1.8 (ZZE122) ZZE122 Wagon 100KW
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AVALON
2000 - 2005 Petrol Engine 3.0 (MCX10R) MCX10 Sedan 145KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
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ECU sensor
1995 - 2005 Petrol Engine 3.0 (MCX10_, MCX10R) MCX10 Sedan 140KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU sensor
MR2
1989 - 1999 Petrol Engine 2.0 16V (SW20_) SW20 Coupe 115KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU sensor
1999 - 2006 Petrol Engine 1.8 16V VT-i (ZZW30) ZZW30 Convertible 103KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1989 - 2000 Petrol Engine 2.0 16V (SW20_) SW20 Coupe 125KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
1989 - 1999 Petrol Engine 2.0 Turbo (SW20_) SW20 Coupe 167KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
TARAGO / ESTIMA
1990 - 2000 Petrol Engine 2.4 (TCR11_, TCR10_) TCR10,TCR11 MPV 97KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
CELICA
1999 - 2006 Petrol Engine 1.8 16V TS (ZZT231_) ZZT231 Coupe 141KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
TARAGO
2000 - 2006 Petrol Engine 2.4 16V (ACR30) ACR30 MPV 115KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: Up to 03/2003
PRIUS
2000 - 2003 Full Hybrid 1.5 Hybrid (NHW1_) NHW11 Sedan 53KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
AVENSIS VERSO
2001 - 2003 Petrol Engine 2.0 (ACM20_) ACM20 MPV 110KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU sensor
HARRIER
1998 - 2003 Petrol Engine 3.0 4WD (MCU15) MCU15 SUV 164KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
CRESSIDA
1988 - 1993 Petrol Engine 3.0 i (MX83) MX83 Sedan 145KW
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
TOWN ACE
1998 - 2007 Petrol Engine 1.8 (KM70, KM75) KR42 Platform/Chassis 60KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU sensor
KLUGER
2003 - 2007 Petrol Engine 3.3 4WD (MCU28_) MCU28R SUV 171KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note: ECU Sensor
VOLVO
XC90
2005 - 2010 Diesel D5 AWD 275 SUV 136KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note:

Select Filter Criteria - VIN/Transmission

2011 - 2014 Diesel D5 AWD 275 SUV 147KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
S60
2001 - 2010 Petrol Engine 2.4 384 Sedan 125KW
Positions: Engine
Quantity Per Vehicle: 1
Product Fitment Note:
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Specifications

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Reviews

FAQs

What should a coolant temp sensor read? ›

The normal value of the ECT sensor voltage is 2V at cold engine and 0.5V at warm engine. A defect sensor can indicate a voltage of 1.5V at cold engine and 1.25V at warm engine, thus causing difficulties of starting a cold engine and a presence of rich fuel mixture when the engine is warm.

Can a coolant temp sensor read wrong? ›

If the coolant temperature sensor malfunctions, it can transmit a false signal to the computer. And the response of the computer may unbalance the timing and fuel calculations. It is also common for a coolant temperature sensor to fail without warning and send permanently cold signals to the computer.

How many wires should be in a coolant temp sensor? ›

It is a thermistor or RTD that changes resistance with temperature. It actually has 2 wires, but one of them connects to the body of the sensor, which is grounded to the engine block. In fact, a one-wire sensor has two wires. The + power wire is one wire, and the ground or normal wire is the other.

What should my coolant meter be? ›

Most experts agree that your engine should run between 195 degrees and 220 degrees. In ideal situations, your needle will maintain a posture right in the middle of your gauge. Keep in mind that this can go up or down depending on the conditions in the vehicle itself (such as running the air conditioner or heater).

How do you test a coolant sensor? ›

Gently lower the end of the sensor into the water until the entire device is fully submerged. Wait a minute or so for the screen to give you a reading of the cold water. Once you have a reading, write down the measurement for reference. A common reading for a temperature sensor in cold water is around 5 volts.

Where should temp gauge be? ›

Temperature Gauge is Normal

When the engine is functioning, and the coolant is doing its job, the temperature gauge needle should be somewhere in the middle between the hot and cold indicators. “Normal” temperature reading can vary from vehicle to vehicle so don't be alarmed where yours settles.

What happens if you unplug the coolant temp sensor? ›

What Happens If You Unplug The Coolant Temp Sensor? What is this? Unplugging the engine coolant sensor while the car is running will likely cause the engine to stumble and run rough. The engine light may not come on imminently, but a DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) will be logged in the PCM.

How do you know if your coolant sensor is bad? ›

Symptoms of a Bad Coolant Temperature Sensor

If your vehicle starts to use a lot more gasoline than usual, or black smoke is starting to come from the exhaust pipe, these are indicators that the coolant temperature sensor in your vehicle could be defective, and needs to be replaced.

Does coolant temp sensor affect idle? ›

Can a bad coolant temp sensor cause rough idle? Yes, due to the false signal sent to the car computer, it will adjust the air-fuel mixture. The supplied mixture will not be enough and result in vibrations and shaking at idle or low-speed maneuvers and lead to other strange behavior and loss of engine power.

How tight should coolant temp sensor be? ›

 When using a torque wrench, tighten approximately 1.69nm/15 lb-in. or slightly more, if leakage occurs. Do not use the body of the sensor to tighten!

How does a 1 wire coolant temp sensor work? ›

A one wire temperature sensor is like an automotive electrical device where only a single wire is needed since the other end of the device uses the ground, like the casing and frame of the gadget uses the chassis as the current return path to complete the circuit..

How does a 1 wire coolant level sensor work? ›

Hot engine cooling. System you can get sprayed with that hot coolant. When you remove the sensor.

What temperature is considered overheating in a car? ›

Most vehicles operate between 195 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and if your car exceeds this temperature, the engine can quickly overheat. As such, it's best not to drive your car if you start it up and notice the temperature gauge reading higher than usual.

What engine temp is too high? ›

Of course, factors such as air conditioning, towing and idling at a stop will impact this, but you should be fine if your car is running at anywhere between 190-220 degrees. Over this limit, and your radiator and coolant fluids run a higher risk of burning.

How do I know if my car is overheating? ›

In addition to the presence of smoke or steam coming out from under your hood, some warning signs of an overheating engine include:
  1. A hood that is hot to the touch. ...
  2. A warning light or the temperature gauge on your dashboard. ...
  3. A loud ticking noise. ...
  4. Coolant on the ground.
28 Sept 2019

Does the coolant temp sensor control the fan? ›

On most modern cars, the cooling fan is controlled by the Engine Control Unit (ECU) which gets a signal from the coolant temperature sensor. If it's not working, the fan won't turn on when it needs to, which means the engine might overheat.

Can you clean a coolant temperature sensor? ›

In most cases, there is little to clean and reuse as when a sensor goes out of calibration from wear or mechanical damage, or fails due to heat damage, the only repair is to replace them.

How do you check a coolant level sensor with a multimeter? ›

To check the coolant level switch you need a multi-meter reading resistance and voltage. The first two wire system you can measure if the circuit is open or closed using the resistance setting. When there is no fault (i.e. the coolant level is OK) it should be open. It closes on fault.

What is the fastest way to cool down a car engine? ›

Put your car in neutral or park and then rev the engine. This makes the fan and the water pump work faster, which pulls more air and more water through your car's radiator. This increased circulation cools down the engine. Pull over and open the hood.

Why is my temperature gauge high but car not overheating? ›

There are a few reasons why your car may be hot but not overheating. Most of these reasons are related to your cooling system. It may be that your radiator is clogged or damaged, that your coolant is low, that your water pump is damaged, that your thermostat is damaged, or that your engine is simply overworked.

How long does a car stay hot after driving? ›

Usually, it takes around 30 minutes for your car's engine to cool enough where it is safe to handle and check engine components. After using your car, it will take between two and three hours for the engine to become cold.

Can a temp sensor affect engine starting? ›

If you have starting problems and the 'check engine' light doesn't come on, you may have a bad engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT). They're quick and easy to replace.

How long does a coolant temperature sensor last? ›

Often, the engine coolant temperature sensor must be replaced at about 100,000 miles. If you don't properly maintain the engine cooling system, the sensor could fail much earlier.

How do you reset the temperature gauge on a car? ›

Control panel push ac and recirculate button at the same time. And keep pressing for 5 to 10 seconds

Will a bad coolant temperature sensor throw a code? ›

It also operates the electric radiator fans, when the temperature reaches, a predetermined level. If the signal from the sensor is missing, or it is outside of the expected range, the (PCM) turns on the Check Engine light and, stores the related trouble code in its memory.

Does coolant temp sensor affect AC? ›

Inconsistent cooling

If the ambient temperature sensor fails or is sending out an inconsistent signal, then the AC system may have trouble maintaining cool and comfortable cabin temperatures.

Is there a fuse for coolant temperature sensor? ›

There isn't one per se. There will be a fused wire with voltage to the instrument cluster (your owners manual should indicate which fuse), but the temperature sensor is providing a variable "resistance to ground," which the temperature gauge in the dash is reflecting.

Does coolant temp sensor affect transmission? ›

Yes, a failing coolant temp 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.

Can a faulty temperature sensor cause overheating? ›

If the coolant temperature sensor malfunctions, it could cause your car engine to get overheated. While sometimes a faulty sensor sends a permanent cold signal to the engine, it can also send a permanent hot signal.

What is the purpose of the coolant temperature sensor? ›

Coolant temperature sensors are used by the fuel management system to detect the engine's operating temperature. Depending on the sensor information, the control unit adapts the injection time and firing angle to the operating conditions. The sensor is a temperature sensor with a negative temperature coefficient.

Do I need to disconnect battery to change coolant temperature? ›

With the engine and coolant entirely cooled down, disconnect the battery. This is recommended for any electrical procedure. Remove any plastic engine covers.

Should I replace my coolant temp sensor? ›

When the sensor fails, the temperature of your vehicle may not be regulated correctly. This can lead to overheating, abnormal engine behavior and many other issues. Most vehicles do not have a recommended replacement interval for the coolant temperature sensor. This means that is should only be replaced if it fails.

How do you install a water temperature sensor? ›

We're going to use teflon tape on the sensor thread wrap a layer of tape around the thread on the

How do you test a single wire coolant sensor? ›

Attach the black lead of the volt-ohm meter to the body of the cold sensor (this is before turning the engine on). The reading should be 2000 ohm approx. then check the sensor in the warm sensor (after the engine is run). If the reading is not way lower than 2000ohm, you have a broke coolant temperature sensor.

What is a one wire sensor? ›

These are devices that connect to a 1-wire bus and return sensor data or can control relays or other outputs.

What sensor controls the temperature gauge? ›

The Thermistor As a Temperature Sensor

A thermistor is a special type of resistor which changes its physical resistance when exposed to changes in temperature.

What are 10 common causes of overheating? ›

Common reasons for overheating engines
  • Too little or no coolant. Driving without proper levels of coolant/antifreeze may cause a coolant system failure. ...
  • Cooling system leaks. ...
  • A broken water pump. ...
  • Radiator issues. ...
  • Oil too low. ...
  • Thermostat failure. ...
  • Issues with the belts and hoses. ...
  • Heater core is plugged up.

Is coolant temp the same as engine temp? ›

The engine temperature is usually hotter than the coolant temperature, especially around the cylinders. However, engine and coolant temp is considered to be the same since the engine and coolant temperature are usually controlled by one sensor.

What is the maximum temperature of a radiator? ›

With Standard panel radiator surfaces reaching up to 70 – 80 °C, it's vitally important that you make the safest choices for the children in your care.

What happens if coolant is too high? ›

Most of the time, excess coolant is expelled from an overflow hose. You'll likely see a puddle of coolant beneath your car if this has happened. In worst case scenarios, overfilling your antifreeze tank can lead to electrical damage if overflow comes into contact with engine wiring.

What temp does thermostat open? ›

Once the temperature of the coolant rises to between 180 and 195 F (82 - 91 C), the thermostat starts to open, allowing fluid to flow through the radiator. By the time the coolant reaches 200 to 218 F (93 - 103 C), the thermostat is open all the way.

What is the normal operating temperature of a motor? ›

The temperature range of a motor is clearly defined by the instruction manual and the motor nameplate. An ambient operating temperature range of -20° C to 40° C is most common for general purpose industrial motors.

What is the normal coolant temperature for a car? ›

For most cars, the normal operating engine temperature is in a range of 195 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit, though most dashboard temperature gauges don't show an exact temperature. Instead, there are typically markings for cold and hot on the edges of the gauge and a normal range in the middle.

How can I stop my car from overheating while driving? ›

If you are driving and your engine begins to overheat, take the following steps:
  1. Turn off the air conditioning. ...
  2. Crank the heater and fan up to full blast. ...
  3. Top off the coolant cooling system with antifreeze or water. ...
  4. Rev it up. ...
  5. Pull over. ...
  6. Be prepared. ...
  7. Check coolant level. ...
  8. Watch your temperature gauge.

Does the car need to be running when adding coolant? ›

Make sure your engine is off and cool, the vehicle is in Park or Neutral, and the parking brake is set. Open the hood and locate the engine coolant reservoir. It is often a translucent white color, and has hose(s) connecting it to the radiator.

What should coolant temp be before driving? ›

So, where should the coolant temperature be? Normal coolant temperature varies from car to car. However, the normal engine temp should be in the range of 195 degrees to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Though, most vehicles do not display the degrees of the coolant temp on the instrument cluster.

What coolant temp is considered overheating? ›

An engine over a temperature of 220 degrees Fahrenheit is considered overheating in a car. Engines run between 190 and 220 degrees Fahrenheit.

Is 185 a good coolant temp? ›

Most engines are designed to run with coolant temperatures between 160 degrees and 200 degrees. If temperatures in your engine stay too cool combustion will have to be too rich to keep things running smoothly.

What temperature is considered overheating in a car? ›

Most vehicles operate between 195 and 200 degrees Fahrenheit, and if your car exceeds this temperature, the engine can quickly overheat. As such, it's best not to drive your car if you start it up and notice the temperature gauge reading higher than usual.

What happens if coolant temp is too high? ›

Pull over and shut off the car. Allow the engine to cool for at least 15 minutes. Keep an eye on the temperature gauge, as it should move back to a normal range as the engine cools. While you're waiting (and watching the gauge), put together a plan to get your overheated engine checked out.

What happens if coolant temp is too low? ›

Low coolant can sometimes cause a head gasket on your engine block to blow. If this happens, you may notice smoke emitting from the engine or tailpipe, a loss of power, engine knocking sounds, or decreased efficiency.

Can I drive with high coolant temp? ›

While some vehicles could still make it as far as 20 miles, we would never recommend driving very far with an overheating engine. Today's post will answer all your questions concerning an overheating car, from the causes of overheating to how long a car can overheat before engine damage.

How do I lower the coolant temperature? ›

Here are some tips we've compiled to help prevent your car from overheating.
  1. Park your car in the shade. ...
  2. Use car window shades. ...
  3. Tint your windows. ...
  4. Leave car windows open slightly. ...
  5. Turn the floor air vents on. ...
  6. Use the fresh air setting instead of recirculation on your A/C. ...
  7. Keep your eye on the car temperature gauge.
25 May 2022

What are 10 common causes of overheating? ›

Common reasons for overheating engines
  • Too little or no coolant. Driving without proper levels of coolant/antifreeze may cause a coolant system failure. ...
  • Cooling system leaks. ...
  • A broken water pump. ...
  • Radiator issues. ...
  • Oil too low. ...
  • Thermostat failure. ...
  • Issues with the belts and hoses. ...
  • Heater core is plugged up.

What is normal temperature for radiator? ›

Typically, the common rule for radiator temperature control is to aim to have each room somewhere between 18C (64F) and 21C (70F). In most homes, these central heating settings should be comfortable, and for others, only slight adjustments would normally need to be made to achieve a preferable temperature.

Does timing affect engine temp? ›

Advancing ignition timing increases engine temperatures. As you increase towards MBT you get more power but temperatures may get so high that you melt a through the combustion temperature + compression increasing temperatures.

Should radiator coolant be full? ›

Your coolant reservoir tank should be at least 30% full. Most reservoir tank has a min and max mark drawn on the side of the container. What is this? The most common cause of a coolant leak is a bad radiator cap, bad radiator fans, and loose radiator hose clamps.

Is 250 degrees to hot for an engine? ›

You can run your car at 240 or 250 degrees without hurting anything, as long as the water in the radiator doesn't boil. Once the water boils, it will immediately push water out the overflow, lower the coolant level in the radiator, and give you air bubbles circulating through the cooling system.

How do I know if my engine is damaged from overheating? ›

Symptoms of engine damage from overheating
  1. Coolant leak. ...
  2. Knocking or ticking sounds. ...
  3. Low oil levels or oil leak. ...
  4. Engine gets extremely hot, even after short trips. ...
  5. Rising temperature gauge reading or dashboard warning lights. ...
  6. Cracked engine block. ...
  7. Worsening engine performance.
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How long does a car stay hot after driving? ›

Usually, it takes around 30 minutes for your car's engine to cool enough where it is safe to handle and check engine components. After using your car, it will take between two and three hours for the engine to become cold.

How do you know if your engine overheated? ›

Our local mechanics are here with a look at the 6 signs your engine is overheating, why engines overheat, and what you can do about it.
  1. Sign 1: Temperature Gauge. ...
  2. Sign 2: Overheating Dashboard Light. ...
  3. Sign 3: Clicking or Clanking Car Noises. ...
  4. Sign 4: Steam, Smoke, or Vapor. ...
  5. Sign 5: Unusual Engine Smells.

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