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How do you change the oil sending unit on Lincoln continental 1994?

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2007-08-08 20:59:45
2007-08-08 20:59:45

First, Disconnect the negative battery terminal

The oil sending unit is located below the power steering pump. You can get to it by removing the alternator, then the three bolts around the power steering pump bracket. Remove the small pulley on the bracket and pull back on the power steering bracket. Look behind bracket and you will see the oil sending unit.

Disconnect the wire from the oil sending unit. Use a deep socket (1 1/16) to remove unit.

While you have unit remove, I would go ahead and use an oil pressure gauge to test the oil pump pressure.

Jeff

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