Coolant Temperature Sensor 99-03

Part Number:
F65Z10884AA

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$83.62
$49.48
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Motorcraft Coolant Temperature Sensor 99-03 7.3L Powerstroke

1999-2003 7.3L E Series, F Series, Excursion
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  • 5
    Great value on all sensors. Keep spares!

    Posted by Johnno Australia on Aug 9th 2019

    A bought all the sensors necessary to keep my 02 7.3 on the road. I also carry spare sensors when I am in the Outback. All purchased from a reliable source with excellent sales service - Riff Raff.

  • 5
    Just because.

    Posted by Garrison Seeger on May 26th 2019

    Replaced with new water pump. Original one had 195,000 miles on it.

  • 5
    COOLANT TEMP SENSOR

    Posted by Rick on May 25th 2019

    Quality FORD PART.
    If Clay recommends something like using a OEM part such as this.... Just listen...follow his reccomendation, STAY AWAY FROM EBAY LIKE PARTS. They are !!NOT!! EQUAL...
    Sometimes ford OEM parts are more money than like replacements the only difference being, OEM PARTS WORK!!
    Not that I would know how buying a like temp sensor would not work

  • 5
    Temp sensor

    Posted by Nate on Apr 21st 2019

    Much like everyone else had no luck with aftermarket sensors. This one worked like they should

  • 5
    Works Perfect

    Posted by Carl Springer on Feb 4th 2019

    Ford sold me the wrong part. So did Oreilly's, and Autozone. Riff Raff hooked me up and got the Excursion back on the road. Thanks for the reviews that helped me out.

  • 5
    Best price for the right stuff

    Posted by Steve on Jan 9th 2017

    I tried using an aftermarket sender, even after being warned they don't usually work. But I thought for $7 I'd try it. It didn't work...

    I used a paper clip in the wiring harness and turned the key in the ignition, guage jumps to the top. Guage is good, sender doesn't work.

    Ordered Thai one from riff raff, they were the best price I could find for OEM anywhere except one shady eBay dealer. Ordered it, and it worked perfectly. Couldn't be happier.

  • 5
    It works

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 2nd 2017

    Dealership sold me the wrong one. This one was the correct one and now my guage works.

  • 5
    You must use this sensor

    Posted by Scott on Nov 24th 2016

    I tried getting one from a local auto parts store but my coolant gauge would not move. It is aggravating because you loose antifreeze when you replace the sensor so doing it more than once stinks. This sensor already has thread sealant and is ready to go. I was so happy to see coolant gauge starting to move finally. This website is awesome