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Are these things universal (except for threads) or are they mated to the gauge?
 

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No. The variable resistance (rheostat) ones that drive gauges are specific to that maker. If you're talking about a simple low pressure switch (like the Alfa one that comes on at 5 psi), then that's just a simple on-off grounding switch which probably would be universal in operation.
 

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I spent some very nervous time trying to figure out why my newly rebuilt engine had no oil pressure before I discovered that a Jaeger gauge with a Veglia sending unit equals no oil pressure. I had lots of pressure once I swapped the sender :)
 

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Thanks John - in addition :eek: search was my friend and I think I found out all the info I needed
 
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