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Old 23 April 2018, 14:51   #1
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Honda BF90 Oil Pressure Sensor - Source

Hi all,
Trying to help a friend out.

Looking to source Oil Pressure Sensor for a Honda BF90 - Not sure what year, but it's the older generation (carb) 'roundy' cowl.

There's no Honda dealers locally. Doesn't need to be Genuine, if an aftermarket one will work (don't see why not) - ideally if we had a part number could just go to the motorfactors.
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http://peparts.honda.com/marine#/bro...90/BF90A1-JHTA

Looks like this might be it...
37240-ZG3-E01
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Thanks for your help and the link, very useful.

Might tell him to just call whatever Honda dealer he needs to, as he also needs a choke linkage.
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Pretty sure on that model there was a limp home mode when it detected certain faults. There was a number of beeps and flashes to inform of the fault. Pressure sensor will be part of that so I'd recommend genuine part. How has the pressure sensor fault been diagnosed as never heard of one failing.
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An oil pressure switch is normaly pretty simple all it does is earth the wire out when it sees no pressure very easy to check with a continuity meter all you need is another sensor the grounds at a similar pressure with the same thread (which is pretty standard) and a compatible wire terminal
No problem getting one for a few quid from a motor factor
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