|03-12-2013 09:38 PM|
|barjeep||job well done. getting by with what you have is what it is all about.|
|03-12-2013 11:34 AM|
|dannytas||barjeep--now you're asking questions above my paygrade. But, it was a "righty, tighty..."|
|03-11-2013 11:25 PM|
|jokerchief462||YKYDAYJ when you have the right tool for the job!!!!|
|03-11-2013 09:08 PM|
|barjeep||is it left or right thread?|
|03-11-2013 08:05 PM|
I have an oil pressure gauge
The oil pressure sender finally "gave up the ghost!". I changed the oil pressure sending unit. Now, that doesn't sound like a big deal, but, I know just enough about mechanics to get myself in trouble.
What I wanted to share with all of you guys, and gals, is that I didn't have the correct tool to remove the sender and I couldn't get a wrench or channel locks on it. So, what I used was a "plumber wrench" that is used to install/remove faucets from under the sinks. It fit on the sending unit and I used a vise grip on the plumber wrench for torque. One I threaded the new unit on I use the "plumber's wrench" to tighten the sender. DONE!! No leaks.
Photos are of the "plumber's wrench" and how it fit on the sending unit.
It worked and I'm a happy old man. thanks for listening.