Question about 2001 Chevrolet Venture
My oil sending unit is leaking alot. Do I need to just tighten it or replace the whole unit?
I HAVE A GREENISH LIQUID LEAKING INSIDE MY VAN ON THE DRIVER SIDE MOSTLY I WAS TOLD I NEED A AC CORD BECAUSE IT HAD BUSTED WHAT DO YOU THINK AND ABOUT HOW MUCH SHOULD I PAY
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
On a problem with oil pressure sensor leaking.
99% you need to replace the sensor with a new one.
Because if you can see the leak is not for the tread or gasket of the sensor.
If you can disconnect the the wire from the sensor.
and try to start you will see the leak coming from inside on the plastic, where the pins. of the sensor.
OK.. I hope this information work for you.
I work on Cars everyday.
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