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mf-35 oil pressure switch

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noodles

07-12-2018 05:39:01




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I mave a 1964 mf-35 with a Perkins diesel the oil pressure gauge switch which controls voltage to the fuel gauge is bad. I have checked and they don't make them anymore but have read I can use a new 1 for a mf- 135 diesel. is this correct? secondly in trying to remove my broken switch every connection is frozen even the using anti- rust penetrating liquid . I am afraid to force any of the connections because I don't want to break the working oil pressure gauge any tips on removing this existing switch? thanks Michael

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tjv

07-13-2018 20:45:27




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 Re: mf-35 oil pressure switch in reply to noodles, 07-12-2018 05:39:01  
The switches is was referring to are part numbers Napa OP6624 is a short version and OP6616 is a long body both function the same



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tjv

07-12-2018 19:38:02




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 Re: mf-35 oil pressure switch in reply to noodles, 07-12-2018 05:39:01  
Is it just a switch that turns on with oil pressure? If it is my Napa store has that kind on hand I've used them on a couple different tractors. If you need a part number let me know I can find it out in the shop my email is open



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ptfarmer

07-12-2018 10:46:53




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 Re: mf-35 oil pressure switch in reply to noodles, 07-12-2018 05:39:01  
Yes, you can use the 135 oil pressure switch, you maybe be able to just replace the switch if your careful.



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