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Old 01-08-2015, 01:38 AM   #1
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Discrepency on oil pressure switch

I have a failed pressure switch that controls the boost/batt interconnect.
The build sheet calls for a 4 lb switch and the wiring diagram indicates a 14lb switch. I can get either one. Do any of you have suggestions or opinions as to which way I should go.
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For the right answer and for the correct answer to correct your paperwork, call Country Coach and ask them your question........541-234-2167 , then you will have the "right" answer and part.
I am going to guess, the 4# switch, as in hot conditions, some engine's won't hold 14# on a Idle.
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I would go with the 4# switch.

Is CC still charging to answer a question?
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