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Where is oil pressure sending unit on a 2000 plymouth voyager minivan

Where is sending unit located and how hard is it to change it?

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Please ask a american mechanic as i have no idea ,i would look on the cylinder bolck along a line with the oil gallery but as to where and on what side of the engine no idea but look carefully and you will see it .

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They make a special socket to fit those which you can get at an auto parts store along with a new unit.

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In the block on the right side (rear side near firewall) close to the transmission under the exhaust manifold.

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SOURCE: oil pressure sending unit

Hello

It is located right behind the intake,sticking straight up.If your sitting in your truck look right at the middle of ur windsheild it will be located right in that area on the engine


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Right beside the oil filter. Easily to change 10-15 min and cheap $15-20. Be sure to have extra rags to catch oil that will come out when you remove the unit.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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