<VV> Special Oil Filter Bolt for Sender
Mark J. Murphy
Mark J. Murphy" <firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon, 10 Feb 2003 07:57:01 -0500
Use a copper (or other soft conductive metallic) washer instead of a fiber
one on the bolt.
,-----___\----, Mark Murphy
\--(o)----(o)--' Derry, NH, USA
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Subject: <VV> Special Oil Filter Bolt for Sender
> Hey everybody:
> I have one of those special oil filter bolts that allow a sender for a
> to be threaded into it.
> I have a brass T with the oil pressure gauge sender and the oil pressure
> switch in it. The temp sender is in the stock oil pressure switch
> Anyway, the bolt does not ground to anything when it is installed.
> Therefore, the senders will not function. I came up with a quickie
> temporary solution by taking a piece of galvanized steel wire and wrapping
> one end around the base of the T and the other end around the fuel pump
> block-off bolt.
> Does anyone have a more professional looking solution to this?