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Old 04-03-2012, 04:00 PM
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Need a M14x1.50 bung

Okay Im not really sure what section was best for this question but here we go. I am converting my car to an electric fan and am hooking up a fan switch into the radiator so the fan comes on by its own and I don't have to worry about forgetting to turn it on or off. I already have all the wiring done and have it wired to a dual fan relay from a volvo and just have it on a SPDT switch in the car. If you look in the header above my post and check out my last wiki edit this is what im doing. I already have the fan switch from rock auto. I have a friend that designs and welds radiators and said he would weld the bung on for me if I brought it to him... problem is I can't find one that is M14x1.5 which I believe the post says it is.... any ideas on a good place to look? google wasnt a lot of help and neither was amazon ebay summit or mcmaster.

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Old 04-04-2012, 09:37 AM
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Sounds like a spark plug thread, have you checked your local parts house for "plug savers"? You might also look at oxygen sensor bungs...

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Sounds like a spark plug thread, have you checked your local parts house for "plug savers"? You might also look at oxygen sensor bungs...

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I thought oxygen sensors were m18x1.5... but spark plug maybe? But I could be wrong

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I thought oxygen sensors were m18x1.5... but spark plug maybe? But I could be wrong
Depends on the plug, there are (or were?) different sizes...

Edit: Nevermind, I saw plug when you said oxygen sensor...

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Why not put the switch in the engine?
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