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Re: temp/pressure senders?

Post  docwyte on Wed Aug 08, 2012 9:35 am

Mine's working, but I don't know if it's reading properly. The rest of you guys are getting readings SO much lower than I do on the track it makes me wonder if there's something wrong with the way my gauge is reading...


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Re: temp/pressure senders?

Post  Rich L. on Wed Aug 08, 2012 10:21 am

Doc, you could add a 2nd sender. I actually have two left over from when I had a 2nd water temp gauge in the car. I put an '83 sending unit in one of the forward heater hoses using this:

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When I deleted the extra gauge, I added the VDO sender in the head. The water temp readings I get from them seem to be about the same.

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Re: temp/pressure senders?

Post  ALFAPU on Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:12 pm

The VDO #323095 with the 1/4 NPT adapter is a no-go. After taking measurements I think I will compromise too much of the threads in the adapter after drilling. The last thing I want to do is EZ-out a broken fitting from the head. Even if it did work, the length of the adapter does not allow the probe to protrude into the coolant flow at all!

I'll either try the early 944 sender with the adapter, the VDO #323092 or just locate the 323095 somewhere else.

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