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    Oil pressure Switch/Sensor

    Hello there,
    I'm having to re-tap the engine casing for the oil presure switch. The previous owner smashed the original proud switch port. Question is does anyone know the correct tap I need for an original honda pressure switch? as shown. I cant seem to find the info anywhere. cant upload pic - anyone know how to resize the pic?
    it says this
    20211025_162218[1].jpg
    Unable to resize image. Your image of 2988 x 5312 exceeds the width and height resize limits of 4608 x 4608.
    cheers in advance

    #2
    Did you take it on your cell phone?

    Just open the picture on the phone and take a screenshot of that open photo. Then upload the screenshot. This can be done on the toilet with no special tools.

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      #3
      I did - and thanks for that. Will do it later when I've got it all together. cheers

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        #4
        This is the oil switch thread I need to tap the casing for.

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          #5
          sorry tried to upload pic of switch thred twice and keep getting same response on pc. wont even try on the phone.

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            #6
            Typically M10 x 1.0

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              #7
              Thanks bitzz I'm going to get a micrometer and get it accurately measured today.

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                #8
                Originally Posted by Rivvybarner View Post
                sorry tried to upload pic of switch thred twice and keep getting same response on pc. wont even try on the phone.
                I'll take a look at your account and see if it's a problem on our side.
                Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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                  #9
                  Cheers.

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                    #10
                    DSCF1856.jpg Here is the thread in question - ( had to borrow an old digital camera with not so many pixels)
                    Last edited by Rivvybarner; 11-09-2021, 10:45 AM.

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