you took it off at the wrong place. that brass fitting stays in pump and does not go with guage. i am not sure on the brass fitting , as never removed one to know whats behind it.can you remove the housing to remove the broken piece if it is indeed broken as i think just screw that one back in and try it to see if you get pressure on the guage.
Re: IH F400 Diesel Fuel oil pressure gauge ? in reply to rustred, 01-10-2013 11:02:05
It might not be visible in the pics, but the threads sheared half off and came out in pieces. It was leaking and I attempted to tighten it.....bad idea. Looked to me like it had be cracked and I finished it off.
Re: IH F400 Diesel Fuel oil pressure gauge ? in reply to Chuck McDonald, 01-10-2013 14:17:23
i see. i kind of think dont need the exact fitting. should be able to put a 1/4 npt hyd. fitting like that but just make sure the male part of brass fitting is indeed 1/4 npt. after studying that brass fitting i think that is just a built in valve so that when the guage is removed it dont drain the system and allow air in. my thoughts though.
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