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Ford Jubilee

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Britman

09-14-2020 06:27:08




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More advice needed, this time it is the temp. gauge. I bought a new gauge from YT and fitted it but it will not tighten up in the cylinder head as the gland nut will not screw in far enough. Should there be a spacer/washer to put on the end to take up gap between the temp bulb and the bottom of the hole ? If so where do I get one ? The gauge that I have came with an adapter fitting for a larger hole so I guess it is a universal gauge. Thanks for any help.

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Britman

09-16-2020 13:57:18




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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Britman, 09-14-2020 06:27:08  
Yes Sean all of it came out and the bulb is the same length but it is loose after tightening. I am going to try to get a washer that fits over the bulb and try that. I am wondering if maybe in the past someone has drilled an old bulb out and deepened the hole.



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Dean

09-15-2020 05:18:45




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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Britman, 09-14-2020 06:27:08  
Often such issues are caused by part(s) of the old sensor bulb remaining in the cylinder head.

Are you certain that ALL of the old sensor bulb came out?

Dean



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714_run

09-15-2020 03:59:18




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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Britman, 09-14-2020 06:27:08  
use a small lock washer as a spacer twist it to get it on then twist it flat



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rew1953

09-14-2020 19:11:35




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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Britman, 09-14-2020 06:27:08  
I replaced mine with an OEM spec one from "Fix That Ford" and it was an exact fit and works perfectly.



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Royse

09-14-2020 18:07:58




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 Re: Ford Jubilee in reply to Britman, 09-14-2020 06:27:08  
You may need to clean years worth of deposits out of the hole.

Or, you may have gotten the incorrect gauge bulb length.



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