Originally Posted by IlliniRV12
I too had a high fuel pressure alert on my Dynon D180 yesterday in cold weather 24 degrees. If you replaced the fuel pressure sensor and oil pressure sensor did it fix the problem and where did you purchase them from?
Jerry Kewanee Illinois
I'm "winging" this but in conjunction with what Larry said above, I suspect the diaphragm in older sensors are less pliable and stiffen considerably in colder temps producing higher readings. That's my theory...
My parts have not arrived yet. They are due in tomorrow. I ordered the sensors on Amazon.
Fuel Sensor 360-043 0-30 psi $58.16
Oil Sensor 360-430 0-150 psi $71.42
Of course it's warming back up here in Florida....