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Coolant Temperature Sensor for 2006 Mazda 5

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Standard Coolant Temperature Sensor

Using Standard Coolant Temperature Sensor makes the whole job of repairing your cooling system much less difficult. Given that these coolant temperature sensors meet or pass the technical requirements of their Original Equipment Manufacturer equivalent parts, they are very handy in stopping decline in performance and unexpected breakdown. Having the main advantages of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) quality design, top quality materials, and enhanced production techniques, Standard Coolant Temperature Sensor presents solid general performance and flexibility.

Getting back a vehicle's cooling system to its prime condition may be accomplished in lots of ways, the easiest of which is thru changing the affected automotive part with new original equipment (OE) quality replacement. Overlooking vehicle repairs and overlooking signs or symptoms of damage to the stage where they start impacting the integrity of the nearby components or the whole automobile itself just upsets the restoration process. Changing components immediately after they present the first sign of breakdown helps avoid expensive repairs and ensures worry-free and more comfortable rides for the life of your motor vehicle.

Standard Coolant Temperature Sensor, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, Same Day - 1 Business Day
$28.41 List Price $33.52 Save $5.11 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: SITX138
  • Warranty: 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warranty
Fits the following 2006 Mazda 5 submodels:
  • 4 Cyl 2.3L | Sport, Touring
Rating: (see review/s)

"This sensor broke during installation. The plug on the sensor somehow got stuck in the end of the socket used to install it. Upon removing the socket the plug broke off of the sensor. In order to install another one I have to get an even deeper socket. Now im left with a $25 water plug." posted by: jakewilder on July 6, 2013