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Best Answer ajanosek , 07-10-2018 02:52 PM

@Steve Scheifler Very much appreciated but given how hard that thing is to get at, I assume putting on a new one for $15. You are a perfect example of why I am looking forward to joining the Miata racing club.

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I have searched high and low to try and find a part number or even the correct name for the housing that holds the ECU temp sensor and has the 5/8 line coming into it on the back of the head. I have attached an image of the part I am looking for with the white arrow. My housing was completely cracked in half and I need to get a new one.

 

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I found it! I will post here incase anyone else needs it.

https://www.jimellis...B61P15179A.html

 

It is a "water outlet" OEM part number B61P15179A



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Under Parts Catalog Links, click on Stock Parts

Left side of page click on Year

Click on Miata

Click on Gasoline Engine Supplement

Click on Cooling System

Click on illustration to enlarge view

Find part number 15-179

Find same part in attached list for real n umber and cost

15-179, B61P-15-179A, Outlet Water $15.85 (without shipping costs you may find it cheaper at your local Advanced Auto Parts store)

 

We posted simo, but you got a minute earlier. :bigsquaregrin:


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Be happy to send you a good used one.
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@Steve Scheifler Very much appreciated but given how hard that thing is to get at, I assume putting on a new one for $15. You are a perfect example of why I am looking forward to joining the Miata racing club.






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