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Broke 63

07-08-2014 19:17:42

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I have a WD the gauge shows no oil pressure. So I changed the gauge out same thing. I bypassed the oil filter. I took another oil gauge and hooked it to oil supply line on the side of the block and have 18# pressure. I Hooked the line back to filter housing took filter off and oil comes up the pipe and has pressure and filled filter. Took gauge out of filter housing started and no oil came out of hole in filter housing for gauge any ideas?

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07-09-2014 09:12:08

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 Re: No oil at gauge in reply to Broke 63, 07-08-2014 19:17:42  
I just looked at another machine with that type filter , and it's a Wix 51101 so it would be a NAPA 1101 ,so with the Baldwin B50 ya got 3 numbers to work with.....

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Mr. T. Minnesota

07-09-2014 04:06:51

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 Re: No oil at gauge in reply to TitanTn, 07-08-2014 19:17:42  

Not sure of the configuration on the Allis but had a non working gauge on an older Cat. Turned out to be a plugged oil sending line. Just a thought.

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07-08-2014 20:40:46

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 Re: No oil at gauge in reply to Broke 63, 07-08-2014 19:17:42  
You have a simple problem. Back pressure caused by the filter is what makes oil pressure so if you have the wrong filter you have little or no pressuree

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Aaron SEIA

07-08-2014 19:50:38

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 Re: No oil at gauge in reply to Broke 63, 07-08-2014 19:17:42  
And make sure the metal "spike" is still in the filter base. Filter needs to be cotton yarn and NOT paper pleats.


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07-08-2014 19:46:00

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 Re: No oil at gauge in reply to Broke 63, 07-08-2014 19:17:42  
Change your oil filter, I had that happen on my WD. Wix and Napa silver/gold filters have worked for me.

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07-08-2014 19:41:06

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 Re: No oil at gauge in reply to Broke 63, 07-08-2014 19:17:42  
You may have the wrong filter ,Some interchange lists have the wrong #. I use a Baldwin B50 in that app.

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