There is a sensor (black with a nut on it), the sensor has fine threads and it goes into the engine block. It is located off to the left below the frost plug(frost plug is between the engine and the firewall), and off to the left of that is the transmission. There is oil pouring out of this but I don't know what the part is. I need to know what this part is in order to make the repair.
I looked in the Hanes Book and on page 10.18 Suport Bracket.In the diagram were it says trans axle is were the sensor is, but it doesn't talk about it at all.
I wouls appreciate any help that you could give me.
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Re: Oil pouring out of a sensor on a 1996 dodge neon
To "notso_grumpy", it is definitely the oil pressure sending unit. Your son could always thread in the appropriate size and thread bolt and limp to the nearest auto parts store.
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Everything is fine coy, your not seeing into the engine only into the valley area. This hole is there for model years that need a sensor there. But, don't worry your model year does not use this sensor your OK. For further help visit my website. Have an awesome day Coy. Auto Repair
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