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I recently procured a 2007 charger pursuit and want to put an oil pressure gauge in it, but I do not know the thread size for the sending unit and dont have the tools to measure the threads on one. Anybody know the size of the threads so I can buy a splitter? Thanks.
 

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Go to store, buy new sensor, measure threads.............?
 

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Awesome
Can confirm from my 06. 1/8npt by 27.


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Can confirm from my 06. 1/8npt by 27.


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Right on thanks for the confirmation. I'll create a separate thread at a later time for the installation of said gauges so there is some info for it on the web. I couldn't find anything and dont want others having the same troubles.
 

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Just had to replace my sensor and was wondering what the threads were for a gauge down the line. Had an adapter T from my nitrous install and threaded in the 1/8 port. Easy enough check!
Post up when you get it done.


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Just had to replace my sensor and was wondering what the threads were for a gauge down the line. Had an adapter T from my nitrous install and threaded in the 1/8 port. Easy enough check!
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Will do and sounds easy enough! Dont know how long shipping is from glowshift🤔
 

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Shame you can't just swap an R/T EVIC cluster in....though you could get your FCM flashed and that would enable you to swap in an EVIC cluster with steering wheel controls. Then you have a built in oil pressure gauge.
 

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Shame you can't just swap an R/T EVIC cluster in....though you could get your FCM flashed and that would enable you to swap in an EVIC cluster with steering wheel controls. Then you have a built in oil pressure gauge.
Ag that point adding separate gauges would be much much cheaper lol.
 
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