[DML] Re: Oil pressure switch removal and proper tool
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[DML] Re: Oil pressure switch removal and proper tool



Use the loose one. It't not in there very tight. I'm not sure but I 
think it may be standard, I just get what's close and use it. 

BTW all the leakage is around the center pin where the wire goes. It's 
kind of a cheesy plastic gasket.  If you don't get the new one snug (or 
if you accidently loosen in in the process of connecting the wire) it'l 
leak too! Good thing the switch is cheap. 

Dave

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "ksgrimsr" <knut.s.grimsrud@xxxx> wrote:
> In the process of stamping out all possible hinds of oil residue from 
> my car, I noticed when I had my muffler and heatshield off that the 
> oil pressure switch (on the driver's side -- not the one by the oil 
> filter) is also wet and so I think I'll replace it as well.
> 
> I'm a bit puzzled about the proper sized wrench for the sensor. 






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