[DML] Re: Oil Leak
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[DML] Re: Oil Leak



Something else to watch on this..... Normally the leak is around 
where the wire is attached. However I bought a couple of these 
recently and they were supplied with a copper washer that was very 
slightly too large, so that it didn't seal around the switch itself. 
This caused a rather dramatic NEW leak (lots of pressure there!). 

If the copper washer doesn't just barely fit over the threads, get a 
different one. OR be very careful that the washer is centered as you 
tighten up the switch (difficult in that space). 

Dave Swingle


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Spangler" <johnspangler@xxxx> 
wrote:
> > Shannon 
> > VIN 16113
> 
> Apparently the leak was coming THROUGH the switch, not the seal.  I
> took it out for a spirited drive afterwards and not a drop came out
> yesterday, though I'll admit I haven't looked today.
> 
> -John
> #5572








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