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Oil Pressure Sender 1984 Porsche 924 2.0

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dennis boswell
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2020/06/28 13:08:44 (permalink)

Oil Pressure Sender 1984 Porsche 924 2.0

Hi just received an oil pressure sender from Tech 9 for my 1984 Porsche 924 2.0. It is a 5bar unit will it work on my car. Tech 9 insist it is compatible with 928 and all 924 models.
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Re: Oil Pressure Sender 1984 Porsche 924 2.0 2020/06/28 17:29:57 (permalink)
Welcome to the forum Dennis.  Moved to 924 forum which should be more appropriate.

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Re: Oil Pressure Sender 1984 Porsche 924 2.0 2020/06/29 09:14:42 (permalink)
I wonder if the one they've supplied is appropriate for the 924S as the gauge in those only show 5 bar (as does the 928) but the n\a shows 10 so might not be compatible.
 
I see woolies have used ones in stock for £24 which you know will be the correct part.
 
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Re: Oil Pressure Sender 1984 Porsche 924 2.0 2020/06/29 23:07:28 (permalink)
Hi All
          The range for both 5bar and 10bar sensors is 10-180ohms so if you fit a 5bar sensor to a 10bar gauge it will read twice what it sees 
 
It will work but read over 👍

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Re: Oil Pressure Sender 1984 Porsche 924 2.0 2020/06/30 08:46:05 (permalink)
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The range for both 5bar and 10bar sensors is 10-180ohms so if you fit a 5bar sensor to a 10bar gauge it will read twice what it sees 
 
It will work but read over 👍



That would be enough of a reason for me to find the right sender, it would annoy me each and every time I drove the car 

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