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Where is the oil pressure switch located on a 1985 nissan 300 zx 3.0

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  • big_shemo Apr 06, 2011

    The sensor by the filter is the sending unit, there are only two wires, which means its a sending only unit. I need the oil pressure sensor, also called the switch

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Check on passenger side engine, behind oil filter in the block.

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