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912 swb external/ambient temperature gauge sensor location.

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2021/11/10 20:40:55 (permalink)

912 swb external/ambient temperature gauge sensor location.

I am restoring an very early 912. It is has an ambient temperature guage but the capillary tube has been cut off. I am getting the gauge repaired but I have no idea where the sensor was mounted and how the capillary tube was routed on a RHD 912. Any information would be helpful. 
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Re: 912 swb external/ambient temperature gauge sensor location. 2021/11/11 11:48:58 (permalink)
I had one on a 1962 356B S90 ex California car.
the sensing end mwas fitted near the horn under the LH wing on the wing and horn supporting bracket. Hope this helps?

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Re: 912 swb external/ambient temperature gauge sensor location. 2021/11/29 19:38:11 (permalink)
Would be Interested if you found someone who can fix it for you as I have a broken one on my 66 912
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Re: 912 swb external/ambient temperature gauge sensor location. 2021/12/04 22:31:11 (permalink)
I do know a people who can do it but they are both abroad so it won't be cheap..
I would have to ask them first. I will send a few emails and get back soon.
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