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Old June 20th, 2010, 11:42 AM
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John Karlsson
1966 Series IIA 88 SW
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200Tdi Oil Pressure Switch

I have discovered that my 200Tdi oil pressure switch is leaking. Is this a generic item I should be able to find locally? Part No.?

As long as I am here asking silly questions, I might as well also ask the same questions about a bleed nipple for a 1984 110 rear axle wheel cylinder.

John Karlsson
Hope Valley, RI
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Old June 20th, 2010, 01:04 PM
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Jamie Austin
1992 110 Td5 CSW & 1989 MB G-Wagen
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oil pressure switch: PRC6387
copper washer for above: ETC7398

Bleed nipple: was RTC1115, then changed to SYP500040 (up to HA701009 vin #)

Later (up to KA930545) used 608400

don't know what the differences were, don't think the thread pitch changed on them???
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