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    The sending unit was so drity and caked with sut that I did not know what it looked like, after being in my parts washer for a couple of days it looks like a part. The way it looked at first was unidentifiable. now it looks like a part. Thanks for all the help!

    Studebakers forever!
    Studebakers forever!

  • #2
    Now you've done it. I suppose someone should have told you that your gauge won't read correctly unless the sending unit is properly insulated from the atmosphere by the factory-provided gobbet of oil and dust.

    Fortunately, driving the car a few miles with the rear valve cover nut slightly loose will more than adequately replenish this insulating layer.

    nate

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    • #3
      OH NO

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