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10-24-2012 07:30 PM
Rocketbird
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Originally Posted by Irelands child View Post
Got the sending unit from Egauges.com
Ok I will search for one there. Not the sending unit itself but the bung that goes into the pan and see what I can find.
10-24-2012 06:50 PM
Irelands child
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Originally Posted by Rocketbird View Post
So the bung is not welded? where did you purchase it from?
Got the sending unit from Egauges.com
10-24-2012 05:09 PM
Rocketbird
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It just takes a seal on the outside - you still need to have a ground - l drilled and tapped the cast pan. Got the sending unit from Egauges.
So the bung is not welded? where did you purchase it from?
10-24-2012 03:41 PM
rbutler Nice clean install. Looks much cleaner and stout than trans line method.
10-22-2012 03:46 PM
Irelands child
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That bung that you installed to your pan for the sending unit, is it just sealed by compression with rubber gaskets?
It just takes a seal on the outside - you still need to have a ground - l drilled and tapped the cast pan. Got the sending unit from Egauges.
10-22-2012 02:23 PM
Rocketbird
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This is where mine is located and as far as I'm concerned, close enough for anything I'm doing with my car (trans. temp. runs within a couple degrees of the engine coolant temp (175-180 on a 90 degree day):


That bung that you installed to your pan for the sending unit, is it just sealed by compression with rubber gaskets?
10-22-2012 01:12 PM
Irelands child This is where mine is located and as far as I'm concerned, close enough for anything I'm doing with my car (trans. temp. runs within a couple degrees of the engine coolant temp (175-180 on a 90 degree day):

10-22-2012 12:28 PM
sedanbob Most aftermarket trans temp gauges I have seen put the sending unit on a tee fitting plumbed into the trans oil cooler line. This link shows the kit from B&M: B&M Automotive B&M Trans Temp Gauge Kit - Transmission Temp Gauge - Gauges & Mounting Kits - Interior Parts & Accessories - by 4 Wheel Parts
10-22-2012 10:42 AM
Rocketbird
Transmission temp gauge sending unit

Hello everyone!

I would like to know where the best location to install a temperature sending unit for the transmission is and why?

If it matters the transmission I would be installing it into is a th400

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