Oil Pressure Sender Install

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  1. NHXRUNNER

    NHXRUNNER "New Hampster"
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    Ok guys, someone help this dumbass out....where do I hook up the oil pressure sending unit and oil temperature thermister? Do I need another part or are there fittings somewhere to tie into?
     
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    URD has an adapter plate that installs under the oil filter that would be perfect for both of those.
     
  3. Slywhitty

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    Sandwich plate for under the filter is what I use. It's made by greddy.
     
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    G is it on your website? Can't find it if it is.
     
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    No, it is one of the many "secret" products we have......
     
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    I just installed my oil pressure sending unit under where the filter installs there's a fitting you need to buy. Cost me like $5 and I was good to go.
     
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    That's where I put mine too but since he has two units to install a sandwich plate would be easier.
     
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    I didn't even see that it was two units. Ya a sandwich plate would be easy. I know a lot of sending units can be capable of running pressure as well as temp from one unit rather than having to do two seperate places
     
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    Will the sandwich plate option, with the sending unit and thermistor installed clear the TRD s/c belt?
     
  11. Torspd

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    That is a nice gasket. :top:
     
  12. Coupe

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    This is an old pic.

    Oil cooler with sandwich plate on top.

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    Sending units on firewall side of spacer. Look close.


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    i need to get one of those G
     
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    Call him.
     
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