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Glow shift fuel pressure sending unit location 95 powerstroke??

Trying to figure out we're to thread in my fuel pressure sending unit on my 95 ford PS it's a glow shift system
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Side of the fuel bowl has a shrader valve, your gonna need to adapt it to that, it should be on the front right of the fuel filter bowl, more than likely has a black cap over it

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Thank you sir, would you know off the top of your head how to adapt it cause it looks like the same thread size
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Nvm I need some kind of 90 I just saw that
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I wouldn't install it.. I went through 2 sending units in a few months with my glowshift gauge. The constant spiking of psi kills them. It's not smooth like the 99-03 cause they have electric pumps, just get a liquid filled mechanical gauge.

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I wouldn't install it.. I went through 2 sending units in a few months with my glowshift gauge. The constant spiking of psi kills them. It's not smooth like the 99-03 cause they have electric pumps, just get a liquid filled mechanical gauge.
Or buy a quality gauge. I have Isspro EV2's in my truck and my fuel PSI gauge has been swinging like Tarzan through the trees for 2 years now and it still works perfectly.

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No problems here with my glowshifts I've had a set of them on every truck I've had so far and thinking about getting their max tow gauges next

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I've got the max tow set and I love em. Wouldn't change a thing



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I added a T fitting where the schrader valve was. Schrader valve on one side and needle valve to sensor on the other. The needle valve is very important as the gauge would bounce 10-15psi with out it. Now it fluctuates 1-2 psi with the valve almost closed. Best $10ish I have spent on the project. Weatherhead WH-6820

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A snubber would also work to keep the bouncing down a little bit

1997 F250 7.3 powerstroke SCLB HD XLT
340,000 Mi.
Blown Tranny Mod
D60 Swap
4:10's
DIY E-FUEL
PHP 6 pos.
S&B CAI w/Prefilter
EBPV Delete
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Cat Back 5"
Aeroturbine 5050XL Muffler
6" Vented Tip
S.S. HPX
17"X10" Pacers
4" Rough Country Susp. Lift
KW 17 LED CabLights
35"X12" BFG KM2's
Tint 20%
Magnum CB 104" Whip
Quad A-PillarPod
GlowShift Digital Gauges

Future mods: ??? 1.5 Sticks T500

1996 ECLB XLT SOLD
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