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According to this link, they DO seem to have the diagram you are looking for. It appears to be downloadable (and free), however you are required to sign up at the link which I choose not to do only because I am signed up for too many items today!
I cannot vouch for the website but the link appears to be safe & virus free. The indication is that this is a 'research' website fyi.
Please take a sec and let me know if this was helpful? Thanks & good luck!
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60 series detroit has oil sender on driver side near rear of engine just above the starter. It usually has 3 wires, and sometimes can be buried in the harness, so you may have to look under wiring harnesses in that area to find.
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