Topic: Re: No oil to governor
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It sounds like your gauge screws directly into the governor case, if so then remove it, wash out the oil in that port in the governor, and look in the forward end of the gauge port to spot the hole going forward that oils the governor gears and rocker arms. A small mirror driven with sunlight works wonders here for getting enough light in there to see with. It's very small, bailing wire is too big to use to clear it, but survey flag wire is just the right size and has a bit of a temper to it too. Use 8 inches of that to push the crud out of the hole from the gauge port. Just tap on the end of the wire lightly and work the crud out slowly as it's usually very soft stuff. My 44 A has this hole as described, but later models have it moved to some other location as the oil gauge port connection has moved as well. There is a good chance your hole is just as described above, but I don't have a 38 B to verify that positively. Best of luck finding and clearing it.
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