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Edelbrock 3589 Performer EFIs Coolant Temperature Sensor, 3/8 in. NPT
Edelbrock 3589 Performer EFIs Coolant Temperature Sensor, 3/8 in. NPT

Edelbrock 3589 Performer EFIs Coolant Temperature Sensor, 3/8 in. NPT

Universal Fit, Natural, 3/8 in. NPT Thread Pitch, Brass

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Edelbrock 3589 Performer EFIs Coolant Temperature Sensor, 3/8 in. NPT
Edelbrock 3589 Performer EFIs Coolant Temperature Sensor, 3/8 in. NPT
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GTIN Code:
085347035892
MFG. Part #:
3589
Finish:
Natural
Thread Pitch:
3/8 in. NPT
Material Type:
Brass
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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These air temperature coolant sensors are replacement for Pro-Flo and Pro-Flo XT EFI systems. They feature a 3/8 inch - 18 NPT thread and are sold individually for Performer Series applications.
  • Coolant Temperature Sensor
  • Pro-Flo EFI Replacement Part
  • Brass, Natural
  • 3/8 in. NPT Thread Size
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