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Auto Meter 2259 Short Sweep Electric Temp Sender
Auto Meter 2259 Short Sweep Electric Temp Sender

Auto Meter 2259 Short Sweep Electric Temp Sender

Universal Fit, 1/8" NPT Fitting End A, Natural, Brass

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Auto Meter 2259 Short Sweep Electric Temp Sender
Auto Meter 2259 Short Sweep Electric Temp Sender
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GTIN Code:
046074022593
Fitting End A:
1/8" NPT
MFG. Part #:
2259
Finish:
Natural
Material Type:
Brass
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Replacement sender for short sweep electric coolant temp gauges.

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1/8" NPT replacement for Short Sweep Electric Cylinder Head Temperature gauges, and for gauges using sender #2258 in shallow depth areas.

This sender only works with 1995 and later gauges. This sending unit can also be used for short sweep electric water, oil, and trans temperature gauges where sending unit clearance is an issue.

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Sender has a smaller nose that will fit into the 1822277 sender adapter.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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