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    Water pump front port plug: Dorman 65256 (M14 x 1.25)

    Comes with a fiber sealing washer which I swapped out for an aluminum washer.

    I tried a 1/4" NPT pipe plug but it leaked and never really tightened up against the metric threads. I'm sure with enough teflon it would seal, but the Dorman part was available from Advance for less than $4

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    Found another option for the Saturn Delco alternator wire. You can get it from RockAuto for about $5

    http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....262117&jsn=269

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris 16409 View Post
    Found another option for the Saturn Delco alternator wire. You can get it from RockAuto for about $5

    http://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo....262117&jsn=269
    That's a really good find. I've bought a few so far, and I think the lowest I paid was ~ $9 for one that Luke found (and that was a bargain.)
    Bro....do you own a DeLorean?


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    I just picked up a pack of 25 AC orifice tubes at Autozone for $1.99. I have no clue if they fit or not, but they are compatible with a 1980 Buick Century which is a GM product.

    I have no plans to test them any time soon, but at that price I couldn't resist picking them up. Maybe I'll change the orifice tube next time I do an AC flush.

    Here is the link if anyone else wants to try them out.

    https://www.autozone.com/cooling-hea...=&model=&year=

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    The oil pressure sender looks to me like a PS 155, and that's what I used on my last 2 DeLoreans.

    Steve mentioned PS 133 a few times.

    Which is it?
    Bro....do you own a DeLorean?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich_NYS View Post
    The oil pressure sender looks to me like a PS 155, and that's what I used on my last 2 DeLoreans.

    Steve mentioned PS 133 a few times.

    Which is it?
    PS133


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    The "PS" (Pressure Switch) numbers don't cross over from brand to brand. A PS133, PS 133, PS-133 may or may not be the same. And, it depends on if it is for the gauge or light.

    Duralast PS133 works for the gauge (has a male blade terminal), while a Standard or NTC PS133 will not, iirc.
    Last edited by SteveSux; 01-23-2020 at 04:39 AM.

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