Question about 1984 Chevrolet S-10
I found a oil pressure switch for a 84 blazer on ebay would this work on my 84 s10 pickup? and how do you take it off I think it just un screws but not shure and do i have to drain my oil or anything?
There is nothing wrong with buying parts on ebay. If you don't mind the wait, in my experience you will save. Just make sure it is the right on for your truck, but i think most oil sending units for G.M. are pretty much the same, especially the older ones. If you are unsure message the seller, I am sure they will be glad to help. You don't have to drain, just unplug it then screw it off, when reinstalling it I would put some Teflon tape on the threads to prevent any leaks
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