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I need to replace the oil pressure switch in a 98 Plymouth breeze. Can you help me?

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Yes its easy to locate because its green in colour its located on the back side of the engine under the air filter casing and the exhaust manifold its best got at from under the car hope that helps

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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Now pay him

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I think I've replace mine at least 3 times as they leak oil after awhile! The green color by the way is "plastic" in a metal housing!

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SOURCE: fuel pressure 98 plymouth breeze

It should be 47 to 51psi.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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