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Suzuki Swift Coolant Temperature Sensor - Best Coolant ...

PRICE. $6 - $8 (1) $10 - $15 (1) $15 - $20 (4) $20 - $25 (2) $30 - $35 (2) Show All. This is a test. 10% OFF $75. Use Code: DIYSAVE10 Online Ship-to-Home Orders Only. Duralast Coolant Temperature Sensor SU4007. Duralast Coolant Temperature Sensor SU4007 $ 24. 99. Part # SU4007. SKU # 61401. Limited-Lifetime Warranty. Check if this fits your Suzuki Swift $ 24. 99. Free In-Store or …

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Wireless High Temp Sensor with Cable and Probe - Swift Sensors

Swift Sensors Wireless High Temperature Sensor with Stainless Steel Cable and Probe measures temperatures up to 572°F using a 3’ stainless cable connected to a 6” stainless steel conical probe. This sensor is ideal for monitoring temperatures inside heated materials such as cooked food and in heated liquids. Users can set the frequency of measurement and thresholds for notifications via ...

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Temperature Monitoring for Food Service | Swift Sensors

Monitoring and logging food temperatures for compliance and food safety is an unreliable and manual process. With Swift Sensors you can demonstrate compliance 24/7/365, and get notified when equipment is out of range or offline so you can take immediate action. Protect your customers, patients, residents and your valuable inventory.

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Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Replacement ...

Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Replacement RepairSmith offers upfront and competitive pricing. The average cost for Suzuki Swift Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Replacement is $187. Drop it off at our shop and pick it up a few hours later, or save time and have our Delivery mechanics come to you. Car Location Quoted on Price 1999 Suzuki Swift . L4 Base • …

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Suzuki Swift Dashboard Warning Lights

Coolant Temperature (Red/Blue) The Suzuki Swift engine coolant warning light illuminates on the dashboard either in blue or red. Blue: The engine coolant temperature is cold and is not yet reached optimal running temperature. When the blue light goes out, the coolant is at optimal running temperature. Red: If the light comes on in red or is flashing red, it indicates the engine is overheating ...

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