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    Oem part needed

    I have a 1999 Polaris Genesis PWC with a carb. (red heads black engine). I need a temperature sensor part #2410178. This part has been discontinued by the manufacture. Does anyone out there have one to sell? Is there a replacement part? Can by past this part?


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    That ebay link might have the wrong part number, I think. Not sure...

    Looks like the updated part number is 2410290 (Switch, Temperature)

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    2410187 Asm., Temperature Switch

    As far as I know this is the standard single wire temp sensor as used on many (all?) Polaris carburetor red domestic engines. Might be a difference in overheat trigger temperature, but otherwise they are all the same, I believe.

    The older models (SL, SLT, etc) ran the Tan temp sensor wire all the way into the electrical box. I do not know if the Genesis wire harness used a weatherpak single pin connector inline with the temp sensor.
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    But that should be the correct physical part for a 99 carb genesis right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnityRacing View Post
    But that should be the correct physical part for a 99 carb genesis right?
    The linked ebay part has a shrouded pin connector, so I am not sure if it fits the carb engine.

    It has been a long time since I worked on a carburetor Genesis

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    Polaris temp sensor

    the part that we need in 80 inches long and does have the tan wire part #2410178

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    That ebay link might have the wrong part number, I think. Not sure...

    Looks like the updated part number is 2410290 (Switch, Temperature)

    or

    2410187 Asm., Temperature Switch

    As far as I know this is the standard single wire temp sensor as used on many (all?) Polaris carburetor red domestic engines. Might be a difference in overheat trigger temperature, but otherwise they are all the same, I believe.

    The older models (SL, SLT, etc) ran the Tan temp sensor wire all the way into the electrical box. I do not know if the Genesis wire harness used a weatherpak single pin connector inline with the temp sensor.

    the part that we need is 80 inches long and has a tan wire at one end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn e View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    That ebay link might have the wrong part number, I think. Not sure...

    Looks like the updated part number is 2410290 (Switch, Temperature)

    or

    2410187 Asm., Temperature Switch

    As far as I know this is the standard single wire temp sensor as used on many (all?) Polaris carburetor red domestic engines. Might be a difference in overheat trigger temperature, but otherwise they are all the same, I believe.

    The older models (SL, SLT, etc) ran the Tan temp sensor wire all the way into the electrical box. I do not know if the Genesis wire harness used a weatherpak single pin connector inline with the temp sensor.
    the part that we need is 80 inches long and has a tan wire at one end.
    Sounds like you can use any of the standard carb engine temp sensors.

    If the replacement wire is too short on the replacement just splice the old wire onto the new sensor wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn e View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    That ebay link might have the wrong part number, I think. Not sure...

    Looks like the updated part number is 2410290 (Switch, Temperature)

    or

    2410187 Asm., Temperature Switch

    As far as I know this is the standard single wire temp sensor as used on many (all?) Polaris carburetor red domestic engines. Might be a difference in overheat trigger temperature, but otherwise they are all the same, I believe.

    The older models (SL, SLT, etc) ran the Tan temp sensor wire all the way into the electrical box. I do not know if the Genesis wire harness used a weatherpak single pin connector inline with the temp sensor.
    the part that we need is 80 inches long and has a tan wire at one end.
    Sounds like you can use any of the standard carb engine temp sensors.

    If the replacement wire is too short on the replacement just splice the old wire onto the new sensor wire.
    That sounds like the winning answer......to splice a new sensor to the old wire. Thank you so much!

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    Great idea. Is there anyway to test the temperature sensor?

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