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|Ray||I'm putting a new temp. gage on and removed old
fitting that connects to the block to use new fitting.
The threads in the block are somewhat clogged,not
allowing the fitting to thread more than a few threads.
Can anyone tell me the right size thread cleaner to use?
|TomG||: I'm putting a new temp. gage on and removed old
: fitting that connects to the block to use new fitting.
I installed a new thermostat in my 1710. The price from a dealer wasn't enough to make me want to search for 3rd party parts. A dealer probably could also identify the sensor threads. The threads probably are a pipe thread, but a good thread gauge would identify it.