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Generally, the computer only runs the pump long enough to start the engine and build oil pressure. After that, the oil pressure switch keeps the pump on, most of the time by supplying a ground to the fuel pump relay. This is a built in safety thing, when the engine isn't running, the fuel pump shuts off. Most public libraries have Chilton's manuals, or you could pick up a Hayne's manual at a store like Autozone. These books can help you locate the relay and oil pressure switch, as well as provide wire colors for your specific vehicle.
This is your speed sensor. Now i do not know if this is going to be cable driven or electrical because they used both in 95. Your local auto parts store will tell you exactly what kind is in your truck. I just changed one friday on a 94 ford escort and it was electrical. The part was around 20 dollars for the speed sensor.
This is straight from the book.
1. Remove oil pan.
2. Place large drain pan under engine
3. Unbolt the pump and exstension shaft from the rear main cap.
4. Lower same
5.Before reinstall prime the pump with engine oil. Pour oil in the exstension shaft while turning the pump.
6. Attach the pump, extension shaft and retainer to the main bearing cap.
(aling the pump with the dowel pins while you align the top end of the exstension shaft with the lower end of the oil pump drive.
Note when proper it fits into place easily.
7. install the pump mounting bolt and torque to spec.
8. Put the oil pan back on.
It should be listed in the owners manual, but because of different oil cooler setups you may have to do the change yourself and add oil until the correct level is established..... for the first oil change. Most likely 7 liters,but start with 5,run the engine to fill the oil filter,let it sit for 5 mins and recheck and fill to full. Note the amount needed for next time.
disconnect battery.I believe you have to remove bolts from motor mounts,you will have to remove oil pan. you will also have to lift the motor enough to remove it.there should 2 to 4 bolts that actually hold it on.
100000 miles is really the life of engine.if oil light oil comes on check oil pressure it should be 30-80 psi at 3000 rpms.your oil pump is in front timing cover.you have to remove the crankshaft damper.you will need a haynes manual .because you going to have remove timing belt.the manual will help you locate timing marks.