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  • GM IAT Sensor with open element & pigtail

    5 out of 5
    $22.49

    GM IAT Sensor with open element, includes 6" pigtailGM IAT Sensor with open element is the recommended 'Fast-Response' Intake Air Temp Sensor (IAT) for use on forced induction vehicles. GM IAT Sensor with open element are proper GM-style sensors for u...

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  • GM Closed Element CLT/IAT Sensor with Pigtail

    5 out of 5
    $18.99

    GM Closed Element CLT/IAT Sensor with PigtailSuitable for use as a Coolant Temperature Sensor (CLT) on all vehicles, or as an Intake Air Temp Sensor (IAT) on naturally aspirated vehicles. These are the proper GM-style sensors for use with the MegaSqui...

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  • GM Open Element IAT Sensor with Connector

    $21.00

    These are the proper GM-style sensors for use with the MegaSquirt line of ECUs and come with the weatherproof connector and crimp pins.  One extra crimp pin is included as a spare.  The threads are 3/8" NPT pipe thread - note that isn't an actual 3/8" o...

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  • GM Closed Element CLT/IAT Sensor with Connector

    5 out of 5
    $17.00

    These are the proper GM-style sensors for use with the MegaSquirt line of ECUs and come with the weatherproof connector and crimp pins.  Suitable for use as a coolant temperature or oil temperature sensor, and is occasionally used as an air temperature s...

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  • MSPNP and DIYPNP IAT Sensor Kit – Steel Bung

    5 out of 5
    $34.00

    MegaSquirtPNP and DIYPNP IAT Sensor Kit - Steel BungThis is a simple kit to make it easier for you when removing your AFM/MAF when using a MegaSquirtPNP or DIYPNP. In many cases, the air temperature sensor is built into the MAF, so removing it will re...

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  • MSPNP and DIYPNP IAT Sensor Kit – Aluminum Bung

    4 out of 5
    $33.50

    MegaSquirtPNP and DIYPNP IAT Sensor Kit - Aluminum BungThis is a simple kit to make it easier for you when removing your AFM/MAF when using a MegaSquirtPNP or DIYPNP. In many cases, the air temperature sensor is built into the MAF, so removing it will...

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