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Where is the oil pressure switch located on a 2004 yukon denali with 6.0 l v8. and is it an easy plug in and go or do i need to do anything else?

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Rear centre of inlet manifold no just plug and play

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

Testimonial: "thankyou very much. its been reading 80psi oil and it never leaves that. everyone says that the switch is the problem, just couldnt find it...thanks again"

  • Jeremy Pernar Jun 06, 2010

    back of the engine behind the inlet manifold

  • gmouton790 Jun 13, 2011

    Thanks, I found it. The oil pressure reading normal again.

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