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I need to replace the oil filter pressure sensor on my 1999 Plymouth Voyager. It has a 2.4 Engine.

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Buy your new one then look at it then look right around oil filter you should be able to find it easy that way

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Oil light is dinging when idleing 99 plymouth voyager

The warning light is telling the engine oil pressure is below 10psi.
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How can i fix my 1999 plymouth voyager if the oil light is on but it has oil in it?

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I hope this may have assited you,

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