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    If it does work it'll save a hell of alot of money for most M52 owners that want to monitor the oil temperature !
    can't say the same about oil cooling though lol.
    but hopefully if the temps are fine for what I use my car for i won't need a cooler
     
     

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    Keep us posted how it goes. It looks bloody good for the money.....
     
     

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    I'll be posting detailed how to guides in the relatively near future on how to fit coolant gauges/senders, oil temp/pressure gauges/senders, voltage, turbo boost and maybe a few others.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cendrian View Post
    I'll be posting detailed how to guides in the relatively near future on how to fit coolant gauges/senders, oil temp/pressure gauges/senders, voltage, turbo boost and maybe a few others.
    Do it NAO! lol
     
     

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    Ok I got the kit and hardest bit seems to be the wiring.
    I need to remove the pressure switch, anyone recommend doing this when I change the oil or...?
     
     

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    You should be able to do it without. There ahouldnt be much oil that comes out...
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
    You should be able to do it without. There ahouldnt be much oil that comes out...
    Ok cool. i'll get lots of tissue ready
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momanatorz View Post
    Ok cool. i'll get lots of tissue ready
    I would keep that to yourself.......
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
    I would keep that to yourself.......
    You dirty old man...
     
     

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    Does anyone know the thread size of the oil pressure switch ??
    The adaptors I got are a tiiiiny bit too large !!!!!!
     
     

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