water temp sensor fitment
synfinatic at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 08:58:43 PDT 2012
Huh, crazy. Thanks KC.
Thumper- it's that (pot?) metal housing situated in between the two
heads which is connected to the clutch side radiator hose. Inside is
the thermostat and a small temperature sensor. You should see a wire
sticking out of it, going somewhere into the wiring harness/dash.
On Wed, Sep 5, 2012 at 3:54 PM, KC Gager <kc at brgracing.com> wrote:
> Npt id on odd thread type. The Hole you're working with is metric but a 3/8
> NPT will screw in tighten up and not leak. Has to do with the trapper for
> the hole and the thread pitch is very close to the metric.
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> Subject: water temp sensor fitment
> I think I read once upon a time that the SV650 (1st gen if it matters)
> uses a 3/8" NPT thread for the water temp sensor. Is that correct?
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