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Old November 5th, 2007, 05:42 PM
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Found this online...very useful:

300 Tdi:

350-104 2 1/16 80 PSI Elec. engine pressure gauge Vision $25.75

360-006 Pressure Sender: 0-80 PSI/5 Bar - M10x1K - 7.0 PSI $28.37

333-156 2 1/16 4,000 RPM Tachometer Vision $74.81

310-105 2 1/16 250F Elec. engine temp gauge Vision $25.55

323-095 Temperature Sender: 250F/120C - 1/8-27 NPT - $7.31

310-153 2 1/16 250F-1650F Pyrometer (EGT) Vision Marine $153.75


1994 3.9 V8

323-417 Temperature Sender: 250F/120C - M16x1.5 - $18.82

310-105 2 1/16 250F Elec. engine temp gauge Vision $25.55

350-104 2 1/16 80 PSI Elec. engine pressure gauge Vision $25.75

360-009 Pressure Sender, 0-80PSI/5 Bar - 1/8-27 NPT $33.34

5-1/8 F50G-S Adapter Fitting: Parker Hydraulics - $11
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Old November 5th, 2007, 10:52 PM
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Yep, you either found that here or at lr4x4.com - thats my list
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Thanks for that Jim... I just wanted it to be easily searchable
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360-006 Pressure Sender: 0-80 PSI/5 Bar - M10x1K - 7.0 PSI $28.37

Jim C Does this fit the Tdi with no adapter ? Read where you bunged your truck and wasn't sure if that was a V8 thing or Tdi or both ?

Would prefer something that simply threads in as opposed to bung welding.
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V8 Yeastie got the adapter, the pressure sender threaded right into the tdi. Its a pretty recent build-date Tdi, like 2002 or 2003.
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Just ordered the Temp sender and gauge for my 94 3.9L per the information above. Fingers crossed for fit.

Please chime in if I should cancel the order.
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Updating this thread. I ordered the 323-095 sender and I don't believe that this is the correct one. I haven't tried the fit yet but this 323-095 uses a "Delphi Packard"-style connector:



You connect to it with a variant of a spade connector that looks like this:



It's weird and I've never seen that style of connector before. My current sender uses a plug-type connector that looks and works like a small spark plug boot.

I'm trying to hunt down the correct style of sender and will update this when I find it.
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Ok, strike that. This will take a spade connector but only ones that are slotted so that the post can slide through. The spades that are enclosed in a rubber sleeve or coating won't work.
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I just "crimped" both ends of the female spade connector with pliers. It's going nowhere.
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will the above part numbers work on a 95 NAS defender? Just want to make sure before I order. Also, is it a pretty straight forward install?
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For those requiring an adapter to clear the injector lines when using the VDO 1/8 npt sender and switch, I found this: http://www.mscdirect.com/product/details/84433465

Probably overkill, but I was concerned about the durability of the typical brass gauge adapters from VDO, AutoMeter, etc. on a diesel and found this Voss industrial adapter. It is zinc steel, larger than the brass adapters and seals on the male side with a crush gasket and o-ring. Appears to be a quality product.
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