Soos genoem op hierdie thread: http://patrol4x4.co.za/viewtopic.php?f= ... 0&start=90
, is daar 'n earth probleem op my oil pressure sender.
Die olie druk sal bv val wanneer die ligte of aircon aangeskakel word.
Is hierdie earth korrek? Of moet dit geskyf word na ander rooi pyltjie? (Sal dit 'n verskil maak?)
Die enigste sender wat geafekteer word is die olie druk, al die ander werk 100%.
Oil Pressure Sender: The installer connected two blue wires to the sender and used a t-piece. AFAIK the two contacts on the sender is for blue and grey wire. He connected the grey wire on the end of the T. But looking at Michael's oil pressure sender, the grey wire is connected to the sender and the grey is on the T.
This is how mine is connected: (sorry, could not get a better pic).
From madman's installation instructions:
The senders supplied with the EMS kits have one or two terminals:
G: Guage Terminal: Fitted on senders with one or two terminals. This terminal provides the analogue signal to the EMS oil pressure display and is conected to the GREY wire
WK: Warning Terminal: Only fitted to senders with two terminals. This terminal provides a on/off switch for the oil pressure light and is connected to the BLUE wire
In Boost aplications, the sender is either screwed directly into the housing, or sometimes an adapter is needed to adjust a larger thread to suit the sender thread.
In cases where space is limited or engine temperature will cause damage to the sender, an oil extension hose is supplied to fit the sender away from the engine.
These adapters are available in various sizes - see the Adapters section.
If an extension hose if fitted, you will also be provided with a P clamp, this clamp is used to clamp the sender to the engine in a suitable location. Ensure that there is a good meton to metal contact path from the sender housing to the engine block.
Do not mount the pressure sender on the vehicle body as this will cause erratic readings.
Oil pressure fluctuates quickly on the display :
The earth or sensor wire is loose or has a bad connection - Earth the sender with a separate lead from the body of the sender to the engine block and or recrimp the sensor wire connectors. Remove additional earths.
http://madman.co.za/index.php/sender-un ... re-senders