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Replace it immediately the leak will only get worse. On some, you may need a sending unit socket, unless it has flat sides that will work with a wrench. Wrap the thread with teflon tape (one turn) to prevent it from leaking there and do not over-tighten or it will snap off.
Hello thundergod: My name is Roger and I will answer your question.Their is a oil pressure switch located to the rear of the oil filter. Should have a shield over the terminal. When this switch ruptures you will have a large oil leak. If you unplug the switch and start the engine you will see the switch leak. If you have a gauge it is called a sender unit. If you have a light on the dash it is called a pressure switch. Please rate the quality of this answer as this is how we know you received the right answer. Thank You for using FixYa.Roger