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Fitting needed for air test!!

After troubleshooting I have decided I have a HPO leak. I now need to do an air test and was wondering where I can find the procedure and parts needed for it.
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I think the fitting that ties into icp sensor is an m12x.1.5 thread I think. U can buy a tool for roun 150$ that screws in where IPR goes. Google it

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Do you know the size of the icp sensor? I was going to tap in there since it's easier to got to
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12mmX1.5 the adapter can be purchased from any hydraulic shop useually less than $20.00


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