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Need to replace the fuel pressure sensor part number 16238399 just dont no were the ...... is located

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Look on the large machined part the lines and injectors goes to

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  • kevenanddone Sep 01, 2010

    there is 5 sensors on jimmy 2000 the fuel tank pressue sensor is what i need to replace. this is a female .. not car smart... ive been told i have to lower the gas tank .... its inside the gas tank ... not sure .... so were is it. i am guessing what ur saying is its under the hood.

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    frank thomas wilson Sep 01, 2010

    it threads onto the fuel rail line

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