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Auto Meter P13125 Temperature, Spek-Pro, -40-300, 1/8
Auto Meter P13125 Temperature, Spek-Pro, -40-300, 1/8

Auto Meter P13125 Temperature, Spek-Pro, -40-300, 1/8

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Auto Meter P13125 Temperature, Spek-Pro, -40-300, 1/8
Auto Meter P13125 Temperature, Spek-Pro, -40-300, 1/8
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Replacement 1/8" NPT temperature sensor for Spek-Pro temperature gauges (oil, water, differential, and transmission).

  • Includes 1/8" NPT sending unit.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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