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Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas

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Edd in KY

01-05-2014 05:32:41

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MF65 gas

What do I need to takeoff to reach the oil pressure gauge so I can replacement it.

The gauge is stuck on 40 PSI. Any other suggestions are welcome.

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Bart CA

01-05-2014 15:24:42

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 Re: Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas in reply to Edd in KY, 01-05-2014 05:32:41  
I recently changed the oil pressure gauge
on my MF-65. I removed the tachometer and passed my arm trough the hole to reach the gauge. I used a mini ratchet to unscrew the nuts. Some light gymnastics but feasable.


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Bart CA

01-05-2014 15:42:25

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 Re: Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas in reply to Bart CA, 01-05-2014 15:24:42  
Forgot to mention the battery must be disconnected
during this operation to avoid short-circuits 12 volt is present on the amp gauge studs.

As for the gymnastics I am 67 and was able to do that without too much difficulties.


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01-05-2014 06:00:26

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 Re: Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas in reply to Edd in KY, 01-05-2014 05:32:41  
Should be a "U" shaped bracket on the back of the gauge that has 5/16" nuts on it. Undo that and the gauge should come out. Then you undo the line at the block and the whole mess should come away.

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Edd in KY

01-05-2014 06:32:07

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 Re: Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas in reply to Bret4207, 01-05-2014 06:00:26  
Bret, Can I reach the gauge without taking off any sheet metal? I am a bit old and stiff, don't do gymnasics or stand on my head very well anymore.

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01-05-2014 12:33:06

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 Re: Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas in reply to Edd in KY, 01-05-2014 06:32:07  
I'm not to familiar with the 65 but on my 50 the easiest way is to remove the lower dash i think it's 6 bolts 3 on each side of fender there should be a clip in the middle just pull it out but go easy on it because of the ignition wires so you don't have to stand on your head you should be fine.

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Larry in WNY

01-08-2014 09:23:44

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 Re: Oil Pressure gauge replacement 65 gas in reply to Trac, 01-05-2014 12:33:06  
The 65 lower dash is easy to remove if your fasteners are not rusted. I had to use a chisel to get a couple of mine moving. If your 65 has the lever for changing direction that needs to be removed too. One bolt in the center and it slides off a splined shaft.


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