Jump to content
  • Welcome Guest To Mopar1973Man.Com

    We are a Dodge Ram Cummins Turbo Diesel forum. We are very friendly and helpful group of Dodge Ram Cummins owners. We will try to keep your truck running the best we can and provide information for diagnostics, repairs and even guide you on the best replacement parts to use. 

     

    Registration is free. Registering on the site will provide access to many more things like...
     

    • Contribute to the Forum being able to ask questions and get support for your Dodge Ram Cummins.
    • Contribute to Article Database adding your ideas and suggestions.
    • Classified Ads posted by the members. Post up your used parts and vehicles.
    • Member Garage where you can proudly display your vehicles and modifications that you have done to them.
    • Download files, documents, and Quadzilla Adrenaline tunes for your truck.
    • 911 Support Network. We've got a group of members will to aid you if your truck breaks down on the road.
    • Reduced Advertisements displayed to you.

Sign in to follow this  
bjytech

Coolant temp sender part numbers for refrence

Recommended Posts

This past week I had to replace the head gasket on my truck and in the process of removing the head I forgot to unplug the coolant temp sender wire since they hide it so well and ended up breaking the plug off the sender. :doh:

Well I called the parts place in town and they said they had the sender in stock, so I went to get it and when I got there it was the completely wrong one even though its what the computer was saying is used on the cummins. I did some searching then when I got home and got the cummins part number and managed to get a bunch of other part numbers for it rounded up as well so I just thought I would post them all here in case anybody else ever needs to get one of these senders you can get the right one the first time! :thumb1:

[*]Cummins # 3920363

[*]Mopar # 4720314

[*]Napa # TS6681

[*]Autozone # TU276

[*]Advanced auto # WT426 (BWD brand) and # TU276 (Wells brand)

[*]Rock auto # TS382

[*]AC Delco # 2131116

[*]O'Reilly's # WT426

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You aren't the only one to do that........... I got a NAPA replacement (went through the same as you getting the wrong one) but the gauge would only read about 140* warm. I glued my old one back together and put it back in. It worked just like before (that was a couple of years ago), but now with the cooler weather it only shows 160* max and is steady as a rock even though it didn't do that before.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  



×