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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-09-2016, 01:03 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation Alternative water temp sensor ? F4 - B4

I can't find anything at the moment and I'm on the road, one of our forum members are looking for one.
Is there a difference between the 750's and the later 1000's or 910's sensors ?

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The older bikes used 2 sensors, one for fan and one for ECU. One in the rad and one in the head.
The later bikes have 1 sensor with 4 wires, 2 sensors in one, mounted only in the head.

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Thanks Ed, we need a alternative to MV part because its that time of the year and we can't get one at the moment, surely another brand of bike ot car uses the same sensor ?
So I'll take one of my 1000cc sensors to town to hunt a replacement tomorrow, 2-wire job.

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Has to be a common part, just different connector. Out of a catalog supplier part. They weren't specially built for MV

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Thumbs up sensor?

they are Jaeger sending units....

I have 2 marked:

WTS /09

401976

01/02

go get them folks


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Tridon part number #TCS 060.
It's a M12x1.5mm thread, this part has the correct plug connection also.
http://www.tridon.com.au/products/Tr...rature-sensors

Cost about AU$48.00 from Auto One and similar on eBay.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Tridon-Co...MAAOSwbdpWWO2Z
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Just reading this as my 1078RR (2009) is playing up. The dash temp gauge is moving between nothing to 130 to 140 deg (not overheating at all) so the sender is my first suspect. However my sender unit has 4 wires straight out of the sender with a small loom disappearing up into the engine somewhere presumably with a plug on it . Does anyone know what my sender might be. The local dealer sent me the parts page which shows the 2 wire sender pictured above but that is not what I have. It would be nice to pick one up cheaper than the price he is quoting.
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I'm going to use this as an example of why we need a sticky with parts equivalents in the Maintenance section.

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I'll second that....but an alternate for the 4 wire sensor hasn't been found.....or has it?

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Thumbs up ?????

I told you the 2 wire sensor is a Jaeger 401976......

And you can't find it???

401976,JAEGER 401976; Temperature Sensor

There you go the vehicles it comes on and a cross reference guide


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