Re: [DML] Re: DMC clock reproduction (and other options)
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Re: [DML] Re: DMC clock reproduction (and other options)



I've considered putting a pressure sensor in the cooling loop. This  
would be very easy and, as Tom suggests, a sudden drop in coolant  
pressure would be nice to know about PDQ.

--Pete Lucas
   VIN #06703

On Jul 1, 2006, at 12:17 PM, Tom Tait wrote:

> Rather than another temp indication, a low coolant level light  
> would be
> nice.  Could be installed if you switch to a BMW or Mercedes pressure
> bottle with integral sensor,  or possibly with high temp fluid  
> proximity
> sensor in a hard pipe spliced into one of the hoses.
>
>
>
> When my otterstat blew out on the interstate the temp sensor didn't  
> show
> the problem right away,  a passing motorist had to tell me.  If I had
> waited for the temp sensor to go high it might have been too late,  if
> it ever did go up significantly.  The fluid level drained past the  
> temp
> sensor in a matter of seconds I'm guessing leaving only very low
> pressure steam in the system.
>








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