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2001 gmc jimmy

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Water in oil usually means that is time for replacing the head gasket.

See: - HOW TO TEST FOR A FAILED HEAD GASKET


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Below is an image showing the oil pressure switch at location number 5 below the distributor.

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I hope this helps.

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