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Where is the oil pressure switch

Where do I find the oil pressure switch on my 2004 Chevrolet Avalanche?

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  • samuelcpa Feb 16, 2009

    It registers as high as possible. If I rev the rpms up it goes to zero. When I off it goes back up.

  • samuelcpa Feb 22, 2009

    I am having a difficult time locating the switch. Is there a picture or further instructions?

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    I am looking for the pressure switch too is it covered?

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Hello;
The switch is on the back of the block towards the firewall. Did the gage quit or? Hope this helps. Thanks;
Rich
RPM Northwest

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

  • Rich Palmer Feb 18, 2009

    Hello;

    I would change out the sender. If you have no knocking, then you have oil pressure. Do not put tape on the threads of the sender as this will not allow it to function.

    Thanks for the rating.

    Rich

    RPM Northwest

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