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See the diagram attached.God bless you
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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;
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rear right of engine when looking at it from the front. next to cam position sensor.

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Manufacturer defect? made in China? They just go bad from pressure. replaced lots of them.

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