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I'm not familiar with the engine layout, so I'm asking to learn . . . if the nail head works but the spade head is too long, can't you just bend the spade over?
A number of people have mentioned that dealers are now recommending a new part for replacing the oil pressure sensor - usually, the new one is part number 641541....Old sensor at left, new one on right: I've come up with a possible solution that allows use of either of these sensors, and that should work in almost any bike.
It appears Piaggio has an issue here. I have contacted them and they are checking into it. I'll post all updates in this thread.
Looks great, and very timely for me.My SERVICE message came on once last year on my Griso 1100. This year so far already it's about 5-6 times, but clears if I restart (usually). Becoming a pain, so this should make it go away for good.ThanksEric
Does anyone think it's possible to get a flexible hose made from a hydraulics supplier and mount the switch remotely ?
Here is a photo detailing what's in my free kit (with a donation to the forum) - two leads, and the required parts to change from the old boot to the selectable lead style that will work with either sensor type.I found that installing this got rid of an intermittent connection problem with the boot connector, so whether you use the old or new connector, and even if you use an L-swage to fit it, this kit will make your life easier!
This is a lot of work to improve the sender to a device we call an "idiot" light. For the same effort you could install a real gauge.
Remember, the only thing you need to do to get one of these kits is ask - and make a contribution to Wildguzzi!
Tony,I installed mine on my SP today, . . . so easy a caveman could do it. Thank you very much.Tom
Hi all, Norge 8v. I have replaced my original sensor at 11k due to oil blowout. Changed to factory upgraded one with new adaptor. No problems since,checked at 20k. Due to regularity the guzzi sensors fails may it be possible long term to fit a steel braided extension oil hose from the sensor position between the V to an easily observed location to check for weepage. The left side in front of the starter looks doable. Any thoughts.
No problem - glad to offer this help to the community, and support to the forum!
I had the same thought and wanted to do it the next time when I lift the tank for other works.It should allow us to change the oil pressure switch as easy/frequent as we change the spark plug
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