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Old 04-02-2007, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Oil Pressure gauge on a 2006 MR

Resently got a AEM 30-4401 Fluid pressure gauge.....my question is so to insure that I have everything before I put the car in the air and start playing with things. Now on the MR there is a stock oil temp gauge where is this sensor is it located in one of the two spots by the oil filter? If so is it in the top one or the bottom one? Also the AEM gauge sensor has a 1/8 NPT external threads do I need to get something like this
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if I need to install the sensor in the lower section?

Thank you for the help in advance

Dallas
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The stock temp sensor is just a thermocoupler on the outside of the oil drain plug. I didn't know you checked oil pressure on a drain plug...do you?





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Old 04-02-2007, 06:37 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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here is a picture from someones how to on an evo 8 I'm sure mine is set up the same just wasn't sure if I can use the upper bolt......for some reason everyone says you need that adapter if you use the bottom bolt but you don't need one if you use the top one

heres the pic


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