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TEMPERATURE, SPEK-PRO, -40-300 °F, 1/8" NPT

TEMPERATURE, SPEK-PRO, -40-300 °F, 1/8" NPT

Product # P13125
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Description
Replacement 1/8" NPT temperature sensor for Spek-Pro temperature gauges (oil, water, differential, and transmission).
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  • Includes 1/8" NPT sending unit.
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Questions

The temperature sensor will not fit the extender adapter I got. Do you have one to fit? It’s going on a 2003 Dodge diesel. Gauge is a 4357. 

Asked by: Poppad357
Thank you so much for contacting us. For your 2003 Dodge, you'll want to use this sender, which is compatible with your gauge and will screw right into the passenger side of the trans case without the need for any adapters: https://www.autometer.com/shallow-depth-electric-temperature-sender-250-300-and-340-deg.html Hope this helps!
Answered by: Joseph At AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-05-14

What type of thermocouple is this sensor? K?

Asked by: Sandbagger1
Thank you for the question. This is actually not a type K thermocouple, but a thermistor. Basically a resistor that changes resistance as temperature changes. Our pyrometer probes, like models P12709, 5249, and 5244, all all type K thermocouples.
Answered by: Matt from AutoMeter
Date published: 2018-04-02

Can you provide any more documentation about this product? Such as pinout, wiring guide, hook up guide, etc.? Looking to use this with a microcontroller and I am in need of more information before using this part.

Asked by: Ryan
Hi Ryan, thank you so much for contacting us. There are two pins on this particular sending unit. The one closest to the locking slot (they are not otherwise identified) is the signal output wire, and the other one is ground. If you scroll down about 1/3 of the way on this link, you can see the resistance specifications: http://www.autometer.com/sensor_specs Hope this helps!
Answered by: Joseph Mills
Date published: 2017-11-13
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