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Wanted - Oil Temp Gauge and B200 Sender

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Old Sep 2nd, 2020, 13:07   #1
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Hi folks, I'm looking for a matching Volvo oil temp gauge and the correct sender for a B200 for my 360 gauge panel install...I would be interested in either or both items if you have such a thing spare ?
Hoping to fit this over the winter, along with doing an oil change which is the ideal time to stick in the sump plug/sender...
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Old Sep 2nd, 2020, 16:13   #2
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I don't think the temperature gauge is that common, the other option for the panel is the voltmeter.


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Thanks, your gauges look very clean/mint.
I do have a voltmeter which would be a stop gap but ideally would prefer the oil gauges in the panel and I will mount the voltmeter elsewhere.
I have seen someone stick a 3rd gauge where the two switch blanks are located but I don't want to hack up my panel.
Will keep looking...I believe they are more common in the US for the 240 Turbos. I somehow managed to miss two oil temp gauges this year...not quick enough!
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Thanks, your gauges look very clean/mint.
I do have a voltmeter which would be a stop gap but ideally would prefer the oil gauges in the panel and I will mount the voltmeter elsewhere.
I have seen someone stick a 3rd gauge where the two switch blanks are located but I don't want to hack up my panel.
Will keep looking...I believe they are more common in the US for the 240 Turbos. I somehow managed to miss two oil temp gauges this year...not quick enough!
Cheers Dave
Thanks, I'm going to remove my switch blanks and use the bezel from a 240 to fit my 240 turbo gauge when I fit my turbo engine.
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