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I am trying to replace the oil ascending sensor. I cant seem to find the old one on the block. Any help would be greatly appriciated.

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If it is not on either side of the block, try checking the on the side of the oil pan itself....But i need to know what motor i am trying to replace the oil ascending sensor - f1e1d4c.jpgdo you have...Do your sensor look like this........

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