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Link for Innovate MTX-L Bosch Sensor Needed Please


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From meter sellers to sellers, the sensor is all the same.  If it is a LSU4.9 then any 4.9 is the same.  LSU4.2s also are all the same.  One from any source will have the correct properties and connector.

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A radiator shop is a good place to take a leak.

 

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12 minutes ago, jimk said:

From meter sellers to sellers, the sensor is all the same.  If it is a LSU4.9 then any 4.9 is the same.  LSU4.2s also are all the same.  One from any source will have the correct properties and connector.

Thanks Jim. There's a thread on here somewhere where 5 or 6 Bosch part numbers are listed, sensor being the same and differing only in cable length...but differing wildly in price. 

 

Anyone have it?

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I believe this is for the 5ft cable, the one you don't want.  So if there are to LSU4.9 numbers it may be of use in searches. 02580170254UG  Box also has another number 17025.  

A radiator shop is a good place to take a leak.

 

I have no idea what I'm doing but I know I'm really good at it.

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So I found my best source.  Ballenger Motorsports

They have many models of short/long cables.

The last one I bought was from these guys at the best prices.

 

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A radiator shop is a good place to take a leak.

 

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