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Unread 05-14-2002, 02:56 AM   #1
highway jeeper
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V8 versus I6 oil Press Gage Wiring

I am doing a V8 305 swap to remove my 4.2 258.

On the 4.2 there was only one wire connection / connector for the oil pressure hook-up, but on the Chevy 3o5 I see that under the oil filter the electrical connection has two quick connect terminals.

Can anyone tell me how I hook this up? I am guessing that I just hook my existing single wire onto one terminal on the chevy and then for the other terminal just connect it to ground (I was thinking to run it to the block)

Need help please.

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