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Hey Bill,here's a picture of the oil pressure switch,it's screwed into block by oil filter,easy to remove,may have to remove oil filter to get off.

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SOURCE: Pontiac Bonneville(2000) oil pressure sending unit

The oil pressure sending unit is located behind the oil filter, Threaded into an aluminunm housing. It has wiring that plugs into the sending unit. The oil filter has to be removed and you will need a deep well socket and a 6 inch extension. Change the oil and the sending unit together.

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SOURCE: locate the oil sending unit on a 2003 6.0 2500HD silverado

You will find it down by the oil filter.

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Hi there;

Your looking foer the oil pressure sensor on the 2004 8.1L.
You will find it located directly behind the EGR valve threaded into the block just to the drivers side of the center bolt for the transmission to block connection.

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SOURCE: Where is the oil sending unit located on a 2003 Chevy Tahoe 5.3 engine

its in the block behind intake manifold .

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SOURCE: where is the oil pressure sending unit located?

The pressure sending unit is located on the passenger side rear of the engine just above and slightly to the left of the filter and filter housing.

Posted on Aug 01, 2009

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I have a 2006 Kia Spectra5 The oil light flashes on and off, sometimes it comes on and stays on. I checked the fluid level to be full.


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