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..DIESEL ENGINES THE OIL PRESSURE SENSOR IS SCREWED INTO THE OIL FILTER HOUSING ASWELL.PRISE OUT THE CAPS,UNDO THE NUTS AND REMOVE THE PLASTIC COVER ON TOP OF ENGINE.REMOVE THE INSULATION BENEATH COVER (WHERE FITTED).DISCONNECT WIRING PLUG FROM SENSOR AND UNSCREW......BE PREPARED FOR OIL SPILLAGE.Hope this helps you out, Good luck
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i do not know but give these websites a try www.alldatadiy.com and www.autozone.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair manual for your car wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
Check up glow plugs (4 pieces) and glow plug relay placed inside left bottom area near clutch pedal. It is no.4 relay from left to right. Verify also all electrical cables. In most cases the glow plug relay is out of order.
There is a relay which will make a `clunk` noise under the bonnet. It can be heard a few seconds after the glow plug light on your dashboard goes out. I would suggest that this is the problem. You may have to buy a new one. Very easy to do. Quite cheap as well.
hey well Fuel pressure will cause this concern as with a failing fuel pump, also a
misfiring engine from worn plugs or defective coils will cause any bucking/jerking
if u have as you try to accelerate, but this would cause a check engine lamp. A bad Mass
Air Flow sensor can also cause a poor acceleration and usually does not turn on
the check engine lamp.