Question about 1992 Buick Roadmaster
The sending unit is the one attched to either the oil pan or the top of the engine block near the intake, it tells the engine what your oil pressure is.
The oil pressure switch is the component that will shut your car off if the oil pressure gets to a dangerous low or high.
Note: If one or the other of these are not working, it can make your car putt, make the gauge stop working and even in some cases the car may not start at all, or start then shut down.
Always reset your computer after replacing any electrical parts.
you do this by taking the positive battery cable off for 10 mins.
this resets your computer back to 0's.
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