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Wrench size, please? Oil Pressure Switch related! by imacflier
Started on: 05-18-2015 02:04 PM
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Last post by: Lou6t4gto on 05-18-2015 02:18 PM
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Hi, Guys,

OK, I have a bad oil pressure switch in my '88 GT. I have the special deep socket to unscrew it. But, I recall I need to get a crowfoot to go on the square brass block at the end of the tube that the oil pressure switch screws into.

I recall starting to twist the tube the last time I changed it and that I really needed crowfoot socket the next time I changed it......BUT.....I can't recall the right size!

I want to buy the crowsfoot on the way home, but I don't know what size to pick up......Can someone PLEASE, OH Please tell which size I need?

TIA,
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Not sure, But I "Think" it's only a 15MM or 9/16" open end wrench that goes on the block at the end of the tube.
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