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ROTAX 912IS OIL TEMP SENSOR

$160.95/Each
Part# 15-08683
MFR Model# 965-537
No.Rotax Part NumberDescriptionQty ReqPN
4965-537TEMPERATURE SENSOR115-08683

Overview

Rotax 915iS Oil Temperature Sensor, Oil Pressure Sensor and Oil Spray Nozzle Assembly.

Explanations of symbols and statements in part number charts:
  • N = Newly introduced part number
  • s.v. = Still valid. Part was replaced by compatible component and can not be supplied any longer by the producer. Existing stock may be used.
  • AR = As required. This generally refers to shims, hose, wires, and cable. Measure the amount you need before ordering. Many times there will be multiple listings of different lengths with the same part number. Use individual part descriptions to determine the proper length needed.
  • n.a or NLA = No longer available, no replacement from Rotax. Part is no longer available due to incompatibility to current production or unavailability of part.
  • CALL = Please call for price, 800-247-9653
   
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Notes

No.
Status
Part No.
Description
912iS
912iS Sport
Price
7
956-652
ADAPTER 3/4-16 UNF / M16x1.5
2
2
*
23
xxx
O-RING 5x2-N, FPM 75, see chap 24-20-00
1
1
-

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