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This came with my Entropy radiator/fan package a couple of years back. I need to replace it now and they don't sell them anymore. I think it is an older 80s or 90s GM temp sensor. there are no numbers on it. Can anyone identify it so I can order a new one?
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This came with my Entropy radiator/fan package a couple of years back. I need to replace it now and they don't sell them anymore. I think it is an older 80s or 90s GM temp sensor. there are no numbers on it. Can anyone identify it so I can order a new one?
There is a good replacement...AC Delco E1884E will work. You might have to modify the electrical connection. Good luck

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Re: help to identify sensor

Thanks Karl, I looked at it and it seems to be a metric thread /O ring. Mine is a pipe thread. any other ideas?

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Thanks Karl, I looked at it and it seems to be a metric thread /O ring. Mine is a pipe thread. any other ideas?
Sure do...the AC Delco D1882D is a pipe thread design...I believe it's 3/8" NPT. However, the photo you've attached appears to show an SAE thread design with sealing gasket at the head. You may want to verify before ordering.

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