At 01:46 PM 9/24/02 -0600, Andrew B. Lundgren wrote:
>Well Barney, I stand corrected. And surprised! :)
Aw hell, sometimes it's just the simple stuff, at it pays to check
first. Some of this experience comes from the school of hard knocks (a
very expensive school, but not very exclusive).
>Geoffrey Gallaway wrote:
> > Actually, it turns out that it was a bad wire to the oil pressure
> sensor. It wasn't soldered right and was just sitting on the sensor
> housing. At higher RPM's it would start vibrating and lose some contact.
> > I was impressed how reliably it lost contact at 4000 RPM's.
1958 MGA with an attitude
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