Question about Cars & Trucks
Find the electric pressure sender unit in the side of the block, unscrew it and install a "T" piece
screw the electric sender unit back into one section
using copper tubing screw the copper into the other section of the "T" piece and thread the copper to where you want the oil pressure gauge and finish the installation
you probably got it with plastic tubing
do not use that as the plastic melts from hot oil, gets hard from the oil , breaks and loose oil from the oil galley
wiring from the gauge is from a suitable power point at the ignition switch
Posted on Apr 18, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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