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My Vehicle: 1986 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 Seater; 6 Cyl 3.0L; GL; Automatic Transmission; 4-Speed Automatic Transmission; T-Bar Roof Model; Federal
The vehicle options this part fits:
  • Production Date: 07/1983-
  • Fitting Vehicle Options: VG30 + VG30T
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Nissan 22630-01P01 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor

1984-1990 Nissan 2263001P01

Nissan 22630-01P01 Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor
  • Part Description
    Sensor Head Tamp
  • Lookup Code
    22630
  • Manufacturer
    Nissan
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This part fits the vehicle you selected:
1986 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 Seater; 6 Cyl 3.0L; GL; Automatic Transmission; 4-Speed Automatic Transmission; T-Bar Roof Model; Federal
The vehicle options this part fits:
  • Production Date: 07/1983-
  • Fitting Vehicle Options: VG30 + VG30T
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Product Specifications

BrandGenuine Nissan
Lookup Code22630
Manufacturer Part Number22630-01P01
Part DescriptionSensor Head Tamp
Other NamesTemperature Sending Unit, Temperature Switch
Item Dimensions4.5 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches
Item Weight0.40 Pounds
ConditionNew
Fitment TypeDirect Replacement
ManufacturerNissan
SKU22630-01P01
WarrantyThis genuine Nissan part is guaranteed by Nissan's factory warranty.
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Does this part fit my vehicle? Posted by NissanPartsDeal Specialist
A:
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Q:
How to check and replace the water temperature switch on Nissan 300ZX? Posted by Customer
A:
On turbo models, a water temperature switch is located on the left cylinder head. This unit controls the electric cooling fan, with the water temperature switch being located on the top of the left cylinder head. To remove the switch, the electrical connector needs to be unplugged. The correct size socket should be used to remove the switch from the head. Installation follows the reverse of the removal procedure. To check the switch, an ohmmeter is used, connecting one of the leads to the switch wire and the other grounded to the metal head of the switch. The switch is then placed in a pan of water heated to 212°F (boiling) and the switch should activate the ohmmeter. If the ohmmeter doesn't move, the switch should be replaced.
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