This is the rubber seal that holds the transmitter GVS104 in the bottom tank of the radiator on late cars. The seal is supplied with a new switch and all is held in byKTP9002 retaining clip which should be chamged for safety.
From 1992 mini radiators were fitted with a push in thermal transmitter GVS104and this is the clip to hold it and the seal in place. The rubber seal is supplied on the transmitter but available as CDU2334. Minispares radiators used a screw in transmitter for extra safety.
From 1992, this is the switch as fitted by the factory on the bottom of their radiators and has a seal CDU2334 which is supplied. The retaining clip is KTP9002. Mini Spares radiators are made with screw in type switches to save them falling out or leaking.
Contacteur de ventilateur Cooper jusqu'à 1992
The original factory radiators had a seal to hold the switch in but on our special 2 core and 4 core radiators we used this screw in type switch for extra safety. Already fitted to mini Spares own radiators when originally sold, this is the replacement switch should one be required. Switching temperatures: On @ 92° and off @ 82°.
Brown plastic top sensor for fan and ECU fitted in sandwich plate below thermostat on twin point cars. See also: MDY100040 sealing washer andYMQ105690 wiring harness (This was introduced by Rover in Tech buletin 0043 for twin point cars where the fan did not work correctly).
Coolant temprature transmitter fitted to SPi cars from 1992 until 1996. This transmitter is denoted by it's black plastic end. Mounted to the underside of the inlet manifold.