Bits and Peices some part numbers and ideas

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Bits and Peices some part numbers and ideas

Postby Monza Harry » Tue Feb 02, 2016 4:58 pm

Here is some sender numbers for those of you with newer cylinder heads and those :censored: :cuss: smaller 3/8"NPT sender ports as opposed to the original 1/2" NPT ones. this is for the light, thanx go to a recent Hot Rod Mag. article
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There are others Temps [and threads] available but this is similar to stock. The one for the gauge comes from an '80 Monza with a 2.5L I found this by searching Summits site for Monza with no filters other than gauges and lots of reading the numbers supplied.
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1980Monza 2.5L
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And here are the shortcuts to these on Summit's site. Light http://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/lng-43252 Gauge http://www.summitracing.com/int/parts/s ... odel/monza I wired my Oil pressure switch in a few months back, but I had to come up with an idea for marking the wires for reconnection after a previous owner had, [or had done] cut the oil pressure plug wires for the fuel pump off to fix a faulty switch. Oh yes the cut them flush so there was no turning back, so while perusing Rock Auto's site I see a heading for connectors under electrical and click. and TaDa! http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/moreinf ... 477&jpid=0 So when it shows up the wires or terminal aren't marked, so after a quick H-Body search I find the terminal layout. Now I have to come up with a way to mark these wires in Blue, Pink, and Purple I have Blue electrical tape and heat shrink but Pink and Purple I can't find anywhere. So while walking through the dollar store I spot some nail polish in all kinds of garish colours, only two bucks each and my wire marking worries are over. So while watching TV I pull out my Connector and Nail Polish, find my cheat sheet from H-Body mark my wires and the next day (Ok somewhat soon after) I proceed out to the car and hook it up with out fighting unmarked wires. May this give you ideas to solve your hard to reach/see wiring issues. Harry
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Parts
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Part Number for other purchase options
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Re: Bits and Peices some part numbers and ideas

Postby Monza Harry » Tue Feb 02, 2016 5:15 pm

And here are a few in car pic's if I was to do this again I would have found the clear heat shrink and covered the nail-polish with that instead of painting the outside of the wire/heat shrink. No real problem as I get to move it when I go V8 Space was tight for me in there. I have other pic's but they don't show much else. I have no idea why I never shot a pic of it finished and installed I guess I can always amend this thread later. Harry
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One Crimped
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Ready to heat shrink
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Re: Bits and Peices some part numbers and ideas

Postby zeke » Wed Feb 17, 2016 6:13 am

Use crimps like the one on the right without an insulator sleeve and also solder. ;)
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Re: Bits and Peices some part numbers and ideas

Postby Monza Harry » Wed Feb 17, 2016 10:02 am

This is temporary until I V8 this thing, ok a couple of years temporary. I have a lot to sort out and not much play time for this now. Un-insulated, crimped soldered, and dual wall heat shrink is my go to connection of choice, I have to make sure that this is the only problem someone was "camouflaging", as well this is easier to undo if necessary for some unknown issue. Harry
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