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Old 05-06-2002, 09:58 PM
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i need some help finding the oil pressure sensor
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May I ask On what eng?

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I think it's on the engine...look somewhere around there...

Sorry man... It's gettin' late.

Welcome to FTE & yeah, what Rich said! (The other Rich, I see you're a "Rich" too!)

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Good Morning Mr Davidson07!

Can we be of some help in finding that oil sender unit!
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Hey Yeti! is that better ?
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I just liked Monsta's directions.
Like asking where is California, and getting the answer on the planet somewhere...


I got excited thinking I would find out info for the mech oil guage , I guess I could look myself but, I may have to get off my **** for that!!
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I think you can tap into a plug where the oil filter screws onto. But since I am at work "working" I do not have access to my handy-dandy CD manual to verify. So you'll have to wait.
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it would have helped if i told you it was a v 10
but i found it the hard way 8 bucks later i am on the road
again did a pressure check also it was 90 psi cold all is good
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where can i get a handy dandy cd manual
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>where can i get a handy dandy cd manual


Try e-bay.

I'm wondering what you meant by "found out the hard way"...
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unplug sensors untill i found the right one
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i hooked my test gauge in the hole for the oil pressure sensor
just to make sure i had good pressure. im going to tee off of that
and keep both i think it will work. ill try it and let you know
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some are on the right side of the engine by the fuel pump on a aluminum extension and some are on the back behind the carberator by the trani housing
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