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Where is the egr valve and the oil sending unit on a 1995 lincoln continental? I need to replace them both. Thanks a bunch

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EGR valve top left rear of engine on the manifold
oil pressure sending unit, lower left front of engine
oil level sending unit, left rear of the oil pan
Hope this helps.

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