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Can anyone tell me which threads are on the plug mounted on the thermostat housing?

Hi,

Can anyone tell me which threads are on the plug mounted on the thermostat housing? I put a red ring around.

Can't get to my Alfa due to work travel.

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I will say M16x150
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I will say M16x150
Hi Quadrifolio,

M16x150, thank you: Laugh2:: Laugh2:

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M16x150, thank you: Laugh2:: Laugh2:

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but it could be also M14x150, check it first
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I will say M16x150
Do you mean M16x1.5 ?

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Do you mean M16x1.5 ?
Yes.

Both figures can be correct; M14x1.5 and M16x1.5

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Do you mean M16x1.5 ?
yes, its the same for non USA people
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