Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
Oil pressure sensors are one of the least reliable devices in our cars; to be sure you have no problem with your oil pump you should have the oil pressure checked by a shop but having replaced a half-dozen of these over the years, I'd probably just buy one and DIY.
They could cost anywhere from ~$10 to $40 US.
If you do replace it, I highly recommend using either layers of Teflon plumbing tape or a sealant when installing the new one to avoid having it drool sometime in the future.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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