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Old 02-13-2007, 05:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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1985 460 oil pressure boss?

Been searching and all I can find info on it the stock oil pressure switch location. Does anyone know of a post I can use for a second auxilary oil pressure guage? Truck is a 1985 F-350 460. Thanks.
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The stock sending unit is on the top, back side of the engine above the bellhousing. The only way to run two sending units is to put a Tee off the stock location.
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thanks, thats what I needed to know. Was hoping there might be another port somewhere.
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The truck should already have a tee back there if it has the factory in tank electric fuel pumps, one for the sender, and one for the oil pressure switch that runs the pumps....
I'm not aware of another oil port that it is easily accessable to use, unless your truck doesn't have the optional oil cooler, then it'll have 2 plugged off ports on the oil filter adaptor.
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The truck should already have a tee back there if it has the factory in tank electric fuel pumps, one for the sender, and one for the oil pressure switch that runs the pumps....
I'm not aware of another oil port that it is easily accessable to use, unless your truck doesn't have the optional oil cooler, then it'll have 2 plugged off ports on the oil filter adaptor.

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