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Where is the oil sending unit located on a 7.3 diesel

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should be under the car mounted on the oil filter sandwich plate or around there, if not look under the exhuast manifold area it will have a single wire going to it please rate -jeff

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SOURCE: oil sending unit 94 taurus sho 3.2 eng

the oil sending unit is normally close to the oil filter

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SOURCE: where is the oil sending unit located on a 7.3

top rear of engine in front of transmission

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SOURCE: location 95 chevy pu oil sender unit

Should be between the intake manifold and the firewall near the distributor.

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