Question about Chevrolet Express
The oil sending unit located on the top back of the engine is clogged. this will cause high readings.
You should replace it. Until you do it is OK to drive your vehicle. The part is $20 to$30. If you can remove the engine housing in the van, the sending unit will be staring you in the face. It is about 3" long and about 1&1/4 " in diameter at the base. And of course there is wire/wires going to it.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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