The Dodge stratus 2.0 4 cylinder oil sending unit is located on the back of the middle of the block. To remove it we had to take out the transmission to get to it. The only advantage was we got to put a new clutch in the car which is was going to need soon anyway. Once you locate the unit just take a wrench and unscrew it and put the new one in. Please becareful and do not cross thread it. It took us 8.5 hrs and we are certified mechanics.
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On a 4cyl it is on the back of the block. On a 6 cyl it is near the oil filter.
An oil pressure sensor socket.An oil pressure sensor socket.
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On most cars, the oil sending unit is just above the oil filter, although it can vary depending on the engine. On the 1996 Dodge Stratus with the V6 engine, it is above the oil filter. You will need to remove the filter before replacing the oil sending unit. The oil sending unit detects the oil pressure; it is different than the oil pump.
You bring it to a mechanic..
its located on the engine closed to the firewsll
first you have to remove the oil filter after you will see it ,you have to take a key no 27 that's for the 6 cylinder
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Replace the plug.
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The front bearing for a Dodge Stratus is attached to the Hub. To replace it remove all the components on the hub assembly. There are three bolts that hold the assembly in place. Loosen the bolts and pry out the hub. Replace the unit.
Could be a bad sending unit or a fuse