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Old 05-05-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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went to autozone to get a new one duralast part #su109 went to put it on and the stock pigtail connector doesnt fit in the slot and the pins on the sensor are diff, one pin is horizontal the other is vertical the guy is claiming it should fit obv it does not they dont even look the same im stumped
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Bring the old sensor in and match them up. You can never trust any chain like AutoZone pepboys ect.
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went to autozone to get a new one duralast part #su109 went to put it on and the stock pigtail connector doesnt fit in the slot and the pins on the sensor are diff, one pin is horizontal the other is vertical the guy is claiming it should fit obv it does not they dont even look the same im stumped
What engine and car.
For some like the LT1 there are two.
One for the gauge and one for the ECM/PCM
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What engine and car.
For some like the LT1 there are two.
One for the gauge and one for the ECM/PCM
This and the two coolant temp sensors on the LT1s have different pigtails.
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I need the gauge sensor after looking at the 2, the one i need has a grey socket plug
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