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    oil temp gauge fitting ( z20let )

    where can i buy one of these for fitting my temp sender or it a DIY job




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    Buy the banjo bolt from VX, about £2 IIRC.
    Drill suitable size hole in it and tap a thread of 1/8 NPT (or whatever size you need for your sender). Alternativley, give it to any half decent garage/engineering place and they could do it for you.

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    what he said dead easy to do i could get some made when i go into works depo

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    can you get spare ones from ebay, tried looking but not sure of thread sizes........anyone help

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    Quote Originally Posted by sriturbo View Post
    can you get spare ones from ebay, tried looking but not sure of thread sizes........anyone help
    They probably have some weird thread size, so any old bolt won't do.
    Autovaux or Vauxspares/parts will be able to sort you out with one.

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