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Re: Gauge grounding? - MGB

To: "ccrobins" <>, <>
Subject: Re: Gauge grounding? - MGB
From: "Harlan Jillson" <>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 1998 17:21:33 -0500
   I guess that explains my confusion.  I must not have looked closely 
enough at the wiring diagrams in Bently.  The diagram for "typical" '67
to '70 in Haynes with the electric transducer shows it the other way 
around to add to the confusion.  I guess I'd have to go with Bentlys
if I had to choose between the two.  

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From: ccrobins <>
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Date: Monday, August 24, 1998 2:21 PM
Subject: Re: Gauge grounding? - MGB

>  Not according to my Bentley manual diagrams and my experience with my
>'69, which has the electric oil press sensor.  My gas and temp sensors
>read high when my stab was upside down; oil press was OK.
>  Later....  I looked at several diagrams in the Bentley manual. 
>What'll throw you is that the diagrams show the oil press guage
>connected to the "B" terminal of the stabilizer.  The B side is the
>battery (or alternator) supply voltage.  The "I" terminal is the
>stabilized output, only goes to the temp and gas guages. 
>  Charley

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