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Pressure switch is usually located near the oil filter and generally has two wires on it. Best way to check it is by putting a manual oil pressure gauge in it's place and reading actual oil pressure. If your symptoms are no oil pressure reading or abnormal readings, with no tapping noises (or worse) from engine then it likely is the switch. Most require a special socket to remove but the sending units are not terribly expensive.

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SOURCE: Tires proper air pressure

There should be a sticker right on the door that has that info...on the part of the door near the latch.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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