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PRESSURE SWITCH, 30PSI, 1/8" NPTF MALE, FOR PRO-LITE WARNING LIGHT

PRESSURE SWITCH, 30PSI, 1/8" NPTF MALE, FOR PRO-LITE WARNING LIGHT

Product # 3242
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Description
These high quality switches from AutoMeter can be paired with Pro-Lite warning lamps to supplement your instrumentation and improve driver visibility of critical conditions.
ADDITIONAL NOTES

Feature Points

  • Closes at pressures 30psi and lower. Opens at 32 psi and higher.
  • Measures 2" x 1"
  • 0.250" Male Spade Terminal
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Questions

does the new warning light warning switch have 2 wires or one. I have warning light 3240 and it has a 2 wire system

Asked by: Lil Eck
Lil Eck, Thank you for the question. The warning light sensor will come with either a two or one spaded unit. If the sensor does come with only one spade then the sending unit is grounded through the threads. But if you have a two spade sensor like you described then one terminal is for ground and the other is for the signal wire.
Answered by: Steve from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-07-18

What is the max system pressure this switch can handle? The system can go as high as 3,000 PSI.

Asked by: amar
Thank you for your inquiry. The 3242 is designed for a maximum of 120 psi. It is not designed to handle 3,000 psi, and will rupture if exposed to this type of pressure.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-07-08

Bob here.  We bought a 3242 switch, the bag says 3242, but the switch has 2 screw terminals on it and the number on the base is F42830.  Did we get the correct part?

Asked by: BobP
Thank you for your question. Yes, that is the correct part. If it has two terminals, one is for ground. If it only has one terminal then it grounds through the threads of the unit.
Answered by: Zach from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-04-12

Will the factory wire boot grip onto the switch housing. 1971 Pontiac Firebird, 350 cid. Bob

Asked by: BobP
Thank you for your inquiry. The 3242 has a standard spade connector. We normally advise running a new wire between this switch and our warning light. We don't have any information regarding the OEM harness on your Firebird.
Answered by: Jim from AutoMeter
Date published: 2019-01-26
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