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Where is the oil sensor gauge located ?

I bought a oil sensor gauge a month ago have been waiting for a friend to help and show me where it goes . it being a month later i am needing to replace it with or with out my friend.

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Just above the oil filter towards the front of the engine about 2 inches.

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