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Old 05-29-2012, 09:39 AM
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EOT sensor replacement

I'm getting ready to replace the oil temp sensor. Can it be done without draining the oil and filter? I'd hate to pull it out, only to have oil gushing out of the port!

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You could loosen the oil filter cap, the oil in the filter will drain out. Then do the sensor. I doubt much if any oil would come out. I haven't done this, so it's just a guess on my part.
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You could loosen the oil filter cap, the oil in the filter will drain out. Then do the sensor. I doubt much if any oil would come out. I haven't done this, so it's just a guess on my part.
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