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Where exactly is the oil pressure sender located?

Where exactly is the oil pressure sender for a 1998 neon SOHC located? On the front of the engine block, behind the lower rad hose? Or is it somewhere else?

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On the end of the cylinder head. oil passage to camshaft.

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Should be on the front of the block,look for a round base with one or two wires

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