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Old 03-17-2009, 07:54 AM   #1
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Oil pressure sending unit

I lost dashboard oil pressure indication late last year and have been relying on Silverleaf. OK but I'd still like an analog indicator.
Since then, thinking it was the gauge, I ordered and received a new, almost identical, Teleflex gauge. Unfortunately, it does no better.

Soooo, I looked at the sending unit and found it to have only 1 connection where there are 2 wires to it.

Does anybody know the part number and source for a 2-connection sender so I can order one?

Particulars: Cummins 330 ISC

Thanks.
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I replaced the sender on my '99. I seem to remember that it was made by VDO.
I also seem to remember ordering it from Summit Racing. Look at this web site and they list a 2 terminal oil pressure sender with a warning contact for 80 psi and 1/8" mpt.

http://store.summitracing.com/sitema...700+115+400267

It is quite easy to change. It may be trial and error to connect the correct wires to the terminals.
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Thanks Wil.
Although the OEM gauges are/were Teleflex, it looks like the VDO sender may work.

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