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Old 09-29-2004, 01:46 PM
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Question oil pressure sensor location

First thing, GREAT SITE! Secondly, I'm trying to locate the oil pressure sensor on my 2001 Ranger XLT extened cab. It has a 3.0 V6. (VIN -U). Local dealership was no help. Oil gauge sticks when cold. Any info greatly appreciated.
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check the drives side of the engine towards the bottom near where the oil pan bolts up..should just be a single wire connector comming off it..might be below the steering pump..in that area..either way it's on the lower portion of the block with a single wire comming out of it.
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I'm thinking the passengers side, on the back of the block.
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Old 09-30-2004, 11:57 AM
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Thanks Ken, I'll give it another look.
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Old 10-01-2004, 11:44 AM
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Smile Found sensor

Thanks alot Ken! Found it with no problem. Replaced . Works great. Bjon.
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I hate to threadjack but wher is it located on the 4.0 in a 2000 model?
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I never looked for it on a 4.0 and I don't have my manuals tonight but since the 4.0 is based on the 2.9 try the drivers side of the block about a third of the way back, looking from under the truck.
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Is that on the back of the passenger side?It connects to an exhaust sensor too That oil sensor connected to O2 sensor on exhaust? Theres a connection on my oil pressure sensor that goes to the exhaust?
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where would oil sensor be on a 99 ford ranger 2.5 l?
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where would oil sensor be on a 99 ford ranger 2.5 l?
Drivers side of block near oil filter. I think.
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I Found It,I found It! Called Bro-In-Law,Said it was near bell housing right(passenger)side,below right cylinder head/bank!After 30years at various Ford dealerships,He oughtta know!Now he teaches Auto Tech at college! I'm gonna get him "Nice" Christmas present! Changed it out,but not a "Drop" of oil came out?I think someone mentioned hereabout testing the "old" one with VOM? I'll do a 50 mile drive tomorrow,to see if that fixes it! Or ,I gotta get that "New" gauge! Thanks EVERYONE!LONG WEEK of Posts&Threads!
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P.S. It took me longer to get thatsnap connector off,then changing out the Sensor with a 3/8 ratchet&13/16" dep well socket,I think it was 13/16"?Butthat connector!!@#%^&**#@!
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