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Coolant Temperature Sensor for 2002 Volvo V40

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Standard OE replacement Coolant Temperature Sensor

When changing the coolant temperature sensor of your cooling system, Standard carries the perfect OE quality automotive part for you. It has the exact same structure of the original coolant temperature sensor that was installed with your automobile so you could be assured of its general performance.

Vehicular repairs and modifications typically include replacing automotive parts. Because outdated auto parts inadequately perform, it is crucial to move to newer ones. Have your cooling operate at utmost efficiency and cruise with self confidence.

Standard Coolant Temperature Sensor, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, Same Day - 1 Business Day
$55.27 List Price $65.22 Save $9.95 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: SITX113
  • Warranty: 3-year or 36,000-mile Standard limited warranty
Fits the following 2002 Volvo V40 submodels:
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APA/URO Parts OE replacement Coolant Temperature Sensor

APA/URO Parts OE Replacement Coolant Temperature Sensor is the most suitable replacement unit when it is time for you to deal with your cooling system. It installs without need for modifications and operates exactly as your default component as it has been particularly created to satisfy or even exceed OE technical standards.

APA/URO Parts Coolant Temperature Sensor, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, 1-2 Business Days
$22.47 List Price $26.51 Save $4.04 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: URO9125463
Fits the following 2002 Volvo V40 submodels:
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"I purchased and installed this sensor after having starting difficulties with my 93 Volvo 940. With no improvement I took it to my mechanic who after various diagnostic testings found that the unit did not work(!) He obtained another and the car was fixed. $270.00 blown due to a defective $23.00 part." posted by: GDog on November 12, 2013