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bmw 5 series coolant temperature sensors

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bmw 5 series coolant temperature sensors

Automobile engines use many simultaneously moving parts, each of which relies on another part of the engine. To keep everything running smoothly, engines use coolant and oil to stay properly cooled and lubricated. Coolant temperature sensors help maintain the temperature of your engine coolant, which in turn helps maintain your engine’s temperature. A bad sensor can result in substandard fuel economy, black exhaust smoke, and engine overheating. At MicksGarage.com, we carry a range of coolant temperature sensors for a wide selection of vehicles. Whether you’re on a tight budget or looking for high-performance parts, we have what you need from brands like VEMO, Quinton Hazell, and Febi.