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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-12-2010, 03:10 AM Thread Starter
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NON-EBV Pedestal Question

I just got a bunch of the parts I ordered in today and the EBV pedestal has what looks like a 1/8 hole with a plue threaded in it. Is this a possible location for an oil pressure gauge sending unit, I am trying to figure out where to tap in to get my oil pressure at for my manual gauge.

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Re: NON-EBV Pedestal Question

for lpop gauge?

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I change my HPOP oil, the oil does circulate with the regular oil, it doesn't cycle as often and does get dirty sooner.
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Yes, just for your basic oil pressure gauges, nothing in the 1000's of lbs
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Re: NON-EBV Pedestal Question

there is a plug in the oil cooler that is where i would recommend it! its the only plug on the cooler your sender will thread right into it

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Re: NON-EBV Pedestal Question

Ok thank you, right now I have a bare block fresh from machine shop and a new rebuild kit from the powerstroke shop and bunch of other parts, just trying to put sending units in before it all goes back in truck to save nuckles!
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Re: NON-EBV Pedestal Question

thanks I thought so, this is my first ever powerstroke build and I have to say this motor is idiot proof and the transmission is the easiest thing I have ever worked on in my life, had it rebuilt in less then 2 hours with all new parts and the shift kit, and just put the parts in the pump that came with the stallion converter!
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