Question about 1993 Ford F150 SuperCab
You didn't mention if you have the 6 cyl, the 5.0 or the 5.8, so I'll be a bit more generic. It's pretty simple. It just screws in to the block. It's most likely on the top/rear of the engine. Just locate it, disconnect the wire and unscrew it. Use thread sealer on the new one. Here's a photo of what it should generally look like and what you'll be looking for (if you don't know what it looks like or where it is already). Some are white on the top and not black like the one below.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's generally located near or on the housing for the oil filter. you shouldn't need to drain the oil... just clean off any dirt around the sensor before you replace it... and yes i know this is very obvious to most people but i have to mention it whether i want to or not... this is done with the motor off.
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Under hood, driver side, front engine area, below cylinder head, where engine meets transaxle housing mounted in block
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Posted on Apr 23, 2009
no,you don't drain oil,depending on which engine you have it is usually beside the oil filter,it just screws in the block.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
You got it, Common for the plastic top where the wire leads connect to crack. This will cause the oil to leak and at worst, what you have indicated happening on your Blazer. Note; when installing the new sensor, do not use any Teflon tape on the threads. The sensor is tapered and works best to have a good ground, so just tighten it enough to keep the oil from leaking. Good luck friend and make sure you pick up the right oil sending unit sensor. One is for just a light to activate and the other is the one you need to be able to give you a oil pressure reading. Best to go at a Dealer for this part with your VIN number.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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