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While leaving the orig. oil pressure line and gauge intact, is there another place where a sender can be attached for an aulixary oil pressure gauge?
 

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Thanks Stuart,:)

I'm just curious if my main gauge is truly accurate. IMO, my readings are a bit low. I've sent for a "modern" Autometer gauge and if I can get it plugged in, I'll find out for sure.
 

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Yes there is and it is at the front LHS of the engine where the low oil pressure warning light sender is located.
:(maybe on yours but not mine. There's 1 switch on the front LHS of the engine but nothing else.
 
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