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I have a 98 plymouth minivan 3.3 engine, and have

I have an oil leak from the wired plug that it located beside the oil filter. 3,3 engine What is the wired plug? Thanks.

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Oil pressure sensor. sensor seal is bad. Replace the sensor.

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