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Where is the oil sending unit on a 93 chevy silverado 350 engine

Does a 93 chey silverado with a 350 engine have an oil sending unit and if it does where is it located?

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    Peter Halpin Mar 17, 2009

    i think oil is leaking from my oil sending unit on a chevy 350 motor 
    where is it ? oil blows out when i start it.

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The oil sending unit is located at the back of the motor right below the rotor cap it is about 3 inches long and has a 3 wire plug hooked t it

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It should on the engine block next to the thermostat housing.
What's the problem?
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Take the cap off and you should be good I was.thanks for the info and thats how you change the oil sending unit

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