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Old 11 Apr 2003, 07:13 pm
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Does any one know where to install a oil pressure sending unit? Would I need an electric or manual gauge? Appreciate the help.
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Old 11 Apr 2003, 08:38 pm
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There are 2 small passages with square headed type socket screws . Look on drivers side of block behind where the breather hose goes to the airbox. You'll need to remove the airbox. They are slightly smaller than a 1/4" drive extension. If unable to find post here and I'll try to post a digital pic for you.

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Old 11 Apr 2003, 10:09 pm
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Flash, thanks for the info. Appreciate it.
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Old 12 Apr 2003, 10:03 am
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Here's a pic ,sorry about the fat finger,lol !

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Old 05 May 2003, 12:58 pm
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Flash,

You are the man for getting questions (from me).

Okay - specs on the oil pressure fitting especially size/threads into the block?

Thx again,

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Old 05 May 2003, 01:59 pm
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Here's a pic ,sorry about the fat finger,lol !
Finger?? I thought it was a Knee!!! LOL
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Old 30 Sep 2003, 06:03 pm
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Does anyone know whether we can tap into these sending units when using an electrical oil pressure gauge?
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