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Just to add into the conversation, I have bought a part build westfield busa and a race technology dash to fit, now I have the standard rear mounted speed sensor fitted and no oil pressure switch fitted. I have found a vdo pressure sensor in a box of spares, but not sure if it the correct one, does anyone have a part number for the standard fitment one, and also will I be able to use the rear mounted prox, or do I need to buy this front hub mounted prox that I have heard of? Surely there's an easier way than to add another cable to the front of the car and buy a new sensor?

 

Cheers,

Dean

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Here's a puzzle thats manifested itself over christmas whilst trying to install an oil temp sensor

using a DL1 logger

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Martin Rice (Sparkymart) - Cornwall AO

Is the 910ohm resistor fitted I parallel to earth or in series in the wire going to the sender also is a 1/4 watt resistor OK? Cheers

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