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Question Fn2 thermo switch

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I have orderd Spoon Thermo Switch 37760-EK9-G00, but apparently it dose not fit FN2
37760-EK9-G00, Spoon Sports, Performance Tuning Parts, LOW TEMP THERMO SWITCH


Dose anybody knows the correct PN from Spoon/Mugen etc..
Do we even have such an item available...?


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Mugen fits fn2. Have 1 if do decide to get one
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Mugen fits fn2. Have 1 if do decide to get one
Do you have it for sale, or installed on the car
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Have 1 for sale in sale section. Picture in there
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be interesting to check the part number. It's probably a thermostatic switch used on cars that are in hot climates to help them stay cool.... on a UK/european car they aren't really beneficial.

Was something on one of the VXR forums about the engine being at optimum temps to make clean combustion... if the engine is still trying to warm up all the time the car will be overfilling to try compensate...
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Have 1 for sale in sale section. Picture in there
Strange, looks just like my Spoon one, from what my mechanic has showed me the clips from FN2 are square not round. Do you know the location of this switch on the engine bay, may my mechanic got it wrong!
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Im not sure in fn2 but thermoswitch screws into radiator and usually at bottom
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