[DML] Re: Sensors under manifold
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[DML] Re: Sensors under manifold

I agree that a 'small' amount of tape (ie one turn or so) will get 
cut through by the 'threads'on the sensor, but on a thermal time 
switch that i was asked to look at recently as being faulty, 
wasnt ,it was merely not grounding due to the amount of teflon / ptfe 
tape that was used.



BTW : Thank you for your email John.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "John Hervey" <john@...> wrote:
> Dave, The Teflon tape is paper thin and does nothing more than fill 
in the
> crack in the thread to help keep stuff out over time. There will no 
> of ground by using it. The threads cut right thru the tape when you 
screw it
> in. If you don't believe me then put some on the thread, screw it 
in and
> then take it out and you will see what I mean. 
> John Hervey
> www.specialtauto.com
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