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johnnybizzle1986

posted on 13/8/18 at 10:03 AM Reply With Quote
Coolant Temp sensors

Hi Guys,

I have had to replace the standard zetec coolant sensor (push in) with an M12 screw in sensor for my Omex 500 ecu to work, question is, Is there push in adaptor available with a m12x1.5 internal thread. or will I have to buy an older thermostat housing with a M22 hole with and m12 adaptor?

Regards Jon

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nick205

posted on 13/8/18 at 02:22 PM Reply With Quote
Is there not an M22 male to M12 femal metal sleave available?

Or could someone on here with a lathe make you one?

[Edited on 13/8/18 by nick205]

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johnnybizzle1986

posted on 13/8/18 at 02:45 PM Reply With Quote
Yes there is a 22 to 12 adapter if the thermostat housing is threaded but mine is a push fit hole with
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johnnybizzle1986

posted on 13/8/18 at 02:45 PM Reply With Quote
Yes there is a 22 to 12 adapter if the thermostat housing is threaded but mine is a push fit hole with
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MikeR

posted on 13/8/18 at 05:41 PM Reply With Quote
Not quite what your asking but I found this web site today. Could be useful. For me I wanted to find a fuel injection temp sensor, looked up crossflow and found one sensor listing the size of the temp sensor then looked up other ford sensors from the ford Ka ( similar engine that's fuel injected} and found some. Double checked it's the same size. It then listed all three other cars it's used in.

Edited to add in the dammed link I forgot first time
http://www.vehiclepartsdatabase.com/vehicles/allprivateroadvehicles/ford/ka/13i/j4d/7195/airtemperaturesensors


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rusty nuts

posted on 13/8/18 at 05:50 PM Reply With Quote
On my crossflow I turned up a fitting to fit into the heater hose from the inlet manifold that the C.T.S screws into , the heater hose is as hot as anywhere else in the cooling system
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