Fix a faulty 1979-93 Mustang coolant temperature sensor with a high quality replacement from 5.0 Resto. These sensors are a vital component in your cooling system. They transmit the coolant temperature to the computer to regulate air/fuel ratio and ignition timing. A malfunctioning sensor can cause serious problems if neglected. Need a new connector? 5.0 Resto offers a coolant temp sensor connector that includes 6" of wiring pigtail to fix damaged plugs. Pick up your direct replacement sensors today and prevent future problems at Late Model Restoration. These sensors fit 1983-1993 Fox Body Mustang.
Does your Fox Body have a rough idle due to a faulty 1979-93 coolant temperature sensor? Latemodel Restoration.com has the direct replacement sensors you need to fix it. These sensors relay coolant temperatures to your computer to adjust air/fuel, EGR flow, and timing to keep your motor running smoothly. Neglecting a malfunctioning sensor can cause serious damage to you engine. Make the replacement today at latemodelrestoration.com.
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Saved this 1987 Fox from going to the crusher August of 2014. It was just a shell when i got it but it was a solid foundation with no rust. Took me 10 months and $9,000 to get it where it is today. ...