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Where is the oil pressure sensor on a chevy silverodo v8 5.3l

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The oil pressure sender is located on the back of the engine block, top center. If you look over the top of your intake manifold(you'll have to take the plastic cover off the top of the engine to see it) you can make out the plug sticking up in the back. It takes a large socket to remove, and is a very tight squeeze. The sensor looks like a black plastic cylinder sticking up in the back of the engine with a wire connector on it.

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The oil pressure sensor is located on the side of the oil pan and actually reads pressure from the oil pump.

Posted on Feb 06, 2011

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