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FITTING, ADAPTER, RADIATOR HOSE, 1.5", 3/8" NPTF FEMALE, ALUMINUM

FITTING, ADAPTER, RADIATOR HOSE, 1.5", 3/8" NPTF FEMALE, ALUMINUM

Product # 2283
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For use with all Mechanical, Full Sweep and Short Sweep Electric gauges. For mounting Water Temperature gauge senders or probes in 1 1/2-1/16" Radiator hose. This kit is ideal for vehicles with limited access to water passage ports on the engine. Temperature port threaded for 3/8" NPT. Includes 3/8" NPT adapter for mechanical AutoMeter temperature gauges.
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I wish to buy#4332,,#4321#15221,,,I have a jeep 2008 rubicon 3.8 liter can you please email me on what hard where i need to hook it all up,,,,Thank you!

Asked by: BUDD
Thank you for your inquiry. We don't have specific data on individual engines. That said, we advise using electric gauges on applications such as yours, due to more options with adapters. You may contact our Tech Department at service@autometer.com for further assistance.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-07-03

0n a 2004 f150 5.4 3v would this be installed in the upper or lower radiator hose.

Asked by: Sprayed96gt
Thank you for your question. You can install it in either hose. We recommend the upper hose.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-05-21

Could you use the hose from the water pump to the block?

Asked by: Lou M
Thank you for your inquiry. The 2283 should be mounted only into the upper radiator hose.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-03-11

Does this adapter work with yalls Water Temperature gauge fittings?

Asked by: Cole66
Thank you for your inquiry. The 2283 works with any of our electric or mechanical water temp gauges.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-09

On a 1998 Land Rover Discovery 1 is the hose that goes from the radiator to the thermostat the correct hose to connect this adapter for a mechanical water temp gauge?

Asked by: Eddie G
Hi Eddie, thank you for the question. You would actually want to install the radiator hose adapter in the opposite hose that the thermostat is in. In other words, you do not want to install it in the same hose as the thermostat.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-05

Can this be used to turn on the electric fan

Asked by: Tom c
Thank you for your question. This is an adapter for your radiator hose that has a port you can use for one of our gauges. We have some temperature sensors you can use with this to turn on/off a fan and we also have a couple gauges which have a function to do this as well.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-05

Will the 3/8" NPT  adapter accept the 1/8" transducer fitted to most of your gauges?

Asked by: RRDen
Most of our mechanical gauges will come with a 1/2" NPT adapter, but will use the 3/8" NPT adapter that is included with our 2283 Radiator Hose adapter. All of our mechanical temperature gauges will adapt to the 3/8" adapter included with the 2283. Our electric gauges use an 1/8" NPT sender, but all include their own 1/8" to 3/8" NPT adapter, which would be used if you are installing our electric gauge into the radiator hose adapter.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-05

My radiator hoses are 2.00 do you make one of these to fit this size or know of someone that does?

Asked by: Hot Head Harry
Hi Harry, thank you so much for contacting us. My apologies, but I'm unaware of any 2" adapters out on the market. We built these in house because we couldn't find anyone that made anything like them in the marketplace. That was definitely a few years ago, so that may have changed. It may be easier to look into something like a water neck adapter which are pretty common (or drilling nd tapping your existing water neck). I'm sorry we couldn't be more helpful.
Answered by: Joseph At AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-05
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