[MR2] fuel pressure gauge
AWillis at lithia.com
Wed Feb 2 18:20:49 EST 2011
Nothing useful from this camp. All I've ever done is attach a pressure
gauge in place of the CSI for diagnostic purposes. I'm thinking the
banjo bolt has an unconventional thread (M8x1.0, if memory serves) that
isn't terribly easy to find. I'd probably bite the bullet and tap the
rail for the NPT fitting.
Aaron Willis, Parts Dept. - Lithia Toyota Scion of Springfield, OR -
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From: mr2-bounces at mr2.com [mailto:mr2-bounces at mr2.com] On Behalf Of
BARRY S DAVIES
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2011 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: [MR2] fuel pressure gauge
Had no responses to this - anyone want to comment?
> From: bsdavies at q.com
> To: mr2 at mr2.com
> Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2011 13:23:16 -0700
> Subject: [MR2] fuel pressure gauge
> I want to put a fuel pressure gauge in my Mk1. I have a Prosport gauge
with the electric sender, which has a 1/4 NPT fitting, plus an
assortment of 1/4NPT to metric adapters.
> Rather than reinvent the wheel, Im guessing someone out there has
rigged up some sort of adapter to either the cold start injector
fitting, or the pressure damper fitting.
> So I would be grateful for any ideas.
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