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1998 Plymouth Voyager oil pressure sensor

The oil pressure sensor is bad and keeps going off. I keep checking the oil and pressure and both good. I know it's just a bad sensor.
Paid $500 for vechile two years ago, don't want to invest any $$. Can I just disconnsct the sensor, take my chances. If so, how?

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Its probable the oil sending unit and they arent expensive...

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