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Re: 72 4000 trans temp gauge

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Tx Jim

01-11-2013 03:45:47

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According to parts catalog there's "No Sensor" for hyd oil temp gauge parts key #9 AR46979 PYROMETER TRANSMISSION OIL. Also according to the parts catalog a 4000 requires these 2 plugs with inst. panel but doesn't state where they fit in instrument panel. One plug is 0.375 IN diameter and the other plug is 1.380 IN dia.(part #M61266) Parts catalog also lists 2 different inst panels with a SN break.

AR68199 INSTRUMENT PANEL 1 - 250000 (ALSO ORDER T16738) (SUB FOR R41705 OR R46520) (SUB R56320)

AR51160 INSTRUMENT PANEL 1 250001 - (SUB R56320)

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M w J

01-12-2013 18:13:23

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 Re: 72 4000 trans temp gauge in reply to Tx Jim, 01-11-2013 03:45:47  
The two plugs for the dash on a 4000. 1 is for the trans. temp gauge hole if the dash was on a 4020. The other plug is for the tach dial hole a 4020 has a dial to set for the gear you run in and shows MPH On a 4000 the needle of the tach is centered 1 side shows RPM the bottom side shows Mph with all 8 gears on the face of the tach.

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