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Offline Tim Hensley

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Re: Oil pressure sensor
« Reply #15 on: November 05 2018, 12:01:12 AM »
My stuff from Summit came in and I have done a few mock-up.
But you have my attention on converting relays to modern relays,is there a thread on this I missed or a write up in Vortex?
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Re: Oil pressure sensor
« Reply #16 on: November 05 2018, 08:39:29 AM »
No, I would have thought John Spina would have done it by now.

Should not be hard to do...just have to take a new relay socket and look at the wiring diagrams and connect the wires accordingly.
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Re: Oil pressure sensor
« Reply #17 on: November 05 2018, 08:55:06 AM »
Car makers have moved to newer form factors, are you suggesting those Steve?

I like the Panasonic CB1-M-12V as a traditional relay, potted bottom.
If it says Panasonic, potter brumfield, schrack(TE), Omron its not junk.

Still searching for my ideal sealed socket.

All this is probably worth a discussion of its own
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Re: Oil pressure sensor
« Reply #18 on: November 05 2018, 09:37:15 AM »
No, Dave.  I don't have any problem with that either, for that matter.

I am suggesting to use standard relays that can fit more than one circuit.  GM relays, in our cars, have a multitude of pin locations so one cannot expect to pull a fan relay and have it work in the AC location or fuel pump slot.

Of course, I may be nuts or dreaming and they will all interchange LOL  Or, maybe they just built me unique cars??
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