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Maruha Motors coolant temperature sensor sandwich plates MAZDA

Brand: Maruha Motors | Category: Thermostats

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More Information Year Model SubModel Cylinders Liter Aspiration Eng Desg. Fuel Notes
Click For More Info 1989 - 1993 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL 78° C THERMOSTAT & WATER TEMP SENSOR ADAPTOR
Click For More Info 1989 - 2005 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALUMINUM WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR ADAPTER
Click For More Info 1994 - 2005 MIATA ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL ALL 78° C THERMOSTAT

Product Description

When you install a water temperature sensor in your car, one of the popular ways of installing it is to place a tee into one of the radiator hoses. However, there are many disadvantages to doing so.

The metal tee reduces their hose flexibility as the rubber hoses are too shortened.

Connecting a joint between radiator hoses to maintain its stretch. Moreover, it needs to detach the whole sensor system whenever a radiator hose is replaced with a new one.

A sensor end of a water temperature gauge is large enough to interrupting the coolant flow throughout the tee.

Maruha fortunately found a way to install a sensor without cutting a radiator hose by means of providing an adaptor between thermostat housing pipes.

Maruha aluminum adapter sandwiched between the NA6 thermostat housing pipes. The adaptor allows a water temperature sensor to be installed without cutting any hoses.

If you are planning to use Maruha 78° thermostat, a thicker adaptor for the 78° thermostat sensor adapter kit for NA6 is available.

Our water temperature adapter for NA6 with alumite surface treatment has the anti-corrosion against the coolant fluid that the adaptor is always exposed to.

The adaptor helps the Miata genuine thermostat to be fixed in the thermostat housing with no interference of the water flow.

The product for NA6 is suitable for electric water temperature sensors with 1/8” NPT threads. Water temperature gauges are mainly divided into mechanical and electric ones.

A mechanical water temperature gauge displays the temperature with a thermometer in the radiator.

The mechanical gauge is free from electric system failure such as connection failure and bad insulation because the gauge needs no power to operate except the minimum wiring for the meter display.

The gauge has also weak points. The system is fully assembled. It means that the coolant system needs to be dismantled to remove the sensor when the gauge is replaced.

In addition to this, the thermosensor is sufficiently large to disturb the coolant circulating. An electric water temperature gauge has a smaller sensor.

The gauge is more easily replaced than a mechanical one, as the system is wired to be detached separately.