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#21 Posted : Tuesday, 4 July 2023 9:56:25 AM(UTC)
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Thank you HK
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And gmholdman thank you
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#22 Posted : Tuesday, 4 July 2023 11:57:56 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: gmholdman Go to Quoted Post
HK, There was no known “pattern” for Dandenong engine numbers as they came from stock in between engines we loaded for interstate etc. AL.


Al, yes there is in GMH numbers for imported engines at most assembly plants but I’m not just talking about the GMH number.

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#23 Posted : Saturday, 15 July 2023 5:18:00 PM(UTC)
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Hi
68 HK MONARO 327 TEMP SWITCH LOCATION

Hi all
Can someone please tell me where the temp switch is located ...
Photos will be appreciated.
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#24 Posted : Wednesday, 19 July 2023 10:14:00 PM(UTC)
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That is a great trivia question! Has everyone stumped.

I don't know, but on some other small blocks it is in the head above and between 1 and 3 sparkplug
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#25 Posted : Thursday, 20 July 2023 8:20:52 AM(UTC)
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Hi Sandro
Thank you for that information.
Ill look into it..
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#26 Posted : Thursday, 20 July 2023 11:09:19 AM(UTC)
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It's not that much of a mystery.
It is also not a switch which is on or off depending on temperature, to be used with a lamp.
It is a sender, meaning it has a resistance which varies with temperature, to be used with a gauge.

The heads are identical on each side of a HK327, and have a 1/2"-14 NPT threaded hole between the first and second spark plug hole. On correctly assembled HK 327 engines this hole will have a blanking plug installed on the drivers side (right hand) head, and a 1/2"-14 NPT to 1/8"-27 NPT reducing bush on the passenger (left) side head, which is between cylinders 1 and 3.

The temperature sender is installed in the 1/8"-27NPT hole.

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#27 Posted : Friday, 13 October 2023 8:05:22 PM(UTC)
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Thanks everyone for there help
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