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Old August 19th, 2013, 02:47 PM
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200 Tdi oil pressure tap point?

Can anyone shed some light on where to put an oil pressure (tube) fitting for my old Jaeger gauge? I cannot seem to find an oil galley plug.
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Here's how the factory did it...

The factory offered a banjo bolt and fitting that screwed into the same threads where the low oil pressure warning light is. The low oil pressure warning light then screws into the banjo bolt, and the banjo fitting has the oil pressure gauge fitting.
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Those threads look like 10mm fine to me on the oil switch.
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Why not order the factory parts?

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Those threads look like 10mm fine to me on the oil switch.
Why not order the factory parts and then make the banjo setup work for you???
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