Question about Ford F-250
If you look down under the car on the bottomof the motor near the oil pan, you will see your oil sending unit mounte somewhere on the motor nearby... it kinda has the shape of a spark plug and it has a place on top for a wire to attach... If there is no wire on it, then the wire should be hanging loose somewhere close to it and just was not reattached when the new motor was put in. Depending on what kind of swap you did, the new one may have not had the same electrical connection and so they didnt reattach it or maybe they just forgot. Just reattach it and you should be back in business. If you have to get another connection, they are readily available at any autoparts store.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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