I'm running into an issue where my choke is not opening all the way, and I also happen to have the oil pressure light on (I don't think it actually is low) - I've been asking around on Cliff's forums trying to solve this, and one of the members there suggested that the oil sender does control current going to the choke. Regardless of if that is causing the oddly low voltage of 10.5-11V going to the choke, instead of 12, I went over and looked at the oil sender - playing around with it, that connector seems incredibly loose...is that how it is designed? It does not appear to be deformed or anything, but I feel like the connector should nap down over the circular part the contacts stick out of, but it is the wrong shape. Is it just this poorly designed (hence that goofy plastic color that sort of holds in in place - though it still moves all around with ease) or should it be much tighter? The round opening in the connector does not appear to be 100% round - one side is slightly flatter, making it not fit over the sender.