normally the oil pressure switch is on the main block if you have a pressure guage or oil pressure light on the car if you disconnect the right switch the gauge will drop or the light will go out then you know that's the switch to change.
I don't know of a kill switch but there is a crank sensor.
there easy if know how to do them right to me the switch kick flip is easier
possibly the oil pressure sending switch...thats whats on my 87 305 h WRONG!!!!!!!!! the oil pressure switch/sensor is where it always is on pushrod small chevy's, under the distributor. what you see next to the right valve cover are the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor, and below that is the EGR control solenoid
There is only one place to put it. If it is comfortable it is probably in the right place. Get to know your body, look in the mirror, have a feel.
run ruff or not at all get the right reading
The engine temperature sensor is under the alternator.
how do you know its the switch? does the window (power) move up & down? You can use the other switch from the right or left hand side of the one that works. switch the wires. if the windows work, then its the switch. if the switch doesn't work, then its the window motor.
Hi, I know there is one temperature sensor located right near the thermostat, which one or what exactly are you looking for? Steve H.
If the car is an 87 Pulsar, the reset switch is under the kick panel (Plastic between the bottem of the dash board & the floorboard) on the drivers side. Take this panel off & the switch is a push button on the metal box. Push the button & check the sensor light. The sensor light may also meen it's time to replace the timing belt. Don't ask how I know this.
its a air temperature sensor it should be around your intake i don't know where on your car but mine was right under my trottle body next to my water temperature sensor
check thermostat or water pump, I've had both problems before and it will cause the car to overheat. The temp sensor is on top of the engine right in front of the spark wires. It go's down into the engine.
Do you know your alphabet ? o2 sensor ?
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it depends on the car's make model and yearAnswerFROM WHAT I KNOW ITS THE 2 END ONES THE OUTSIDE LEFT & RIGHT
most small blick chevys have the oil sensor on the back of the motor behind the intake just right of the distributor
there is a collant sensor at the right side of the engine near the return pipe to the radiator. I' not sure if it is the only one but I know it controls the radiator fan.
I don't know what you mean by an oil pressure "switch". A "switch" is something that you switch ON or switch OFF. Neither of these applies to oil pressure. If you mean the oil pressure sensor, it's on the engine somewhere, probably in the front. About and inch in diameter and 2 - 3 inches tall with a couple of wires or a brass tube coming out of it.
if you go to www.impalahq.com and find where you take the dash off this will get you in the right direction. i know you have to remove the dash to remove the key switch.
depends on the a/cmost cheaper low grade models don't have the , the higher efficentcy a/c'smay have circut boards on them and they use sensors, which sensor are you referring to ?there are high and low pressure switches and others sensors used on high end a/c's you need to refer to the wiring diagram or a/c information to know which sensor, or pressure switch you are talking about.... call for a service technican to service your a/c, you won't be able to figure out whats wrong unless you know what your doing.
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