The oil pressure sending unit is mounted to the oil filter housing on the back of the engine. If you look up from under the car at where the oil filter is there is a wire connector that attaches to a piece on the side of where you screw the filter on. That is the oil pressure sending unit.
Your fuel sending unit is in the gas tank, mounted from the top.
It is usually on the top of the fuel tank, or close to it.
To the right of the Coolant temperature sensor. It has 1 wire connector
Bad connection at wireing connector at the oil sending unit. Bad sending unit. Replace as needed.
Any fuel sending unit I've ever seen is mounted into the fuel tank.
Yes, It is mounted on the fuel sending unit inside of the fuel tank.
Mounted next to the oil filter.
Mounted on top and inside the fuel tank.
It is mounted on the fuel sending unit that is INSIDE of the fuel tank.
temperature guage sending unit
May be mounted to or above oil filter
The temperature sending unit on the 1995 Escort is on top of the engine. It is mounted at the thermostat housing, where the top radiator hose comes in.
either that or the gauge, wiring or a connector.
Two wire connector, only has one wire in it though.
Need to know which sending unit you speak of, there are several on that vehicle. I don't know of any sending unit on the engine, that doesn't just unscrew. You take the electrical connector off and unscrew the unit by loosining it and turning counter-clockwise.. It will probably be tight so use the right tool. Get the new unit and put it back in and reconnect the electrical connector(plug) That is fine unless it is the fuel gauge sending unit.
There are 2 fuel pumps on the 1987 Golf GL. The main Pump is located under the car, basically under the passenger side floorboard. It is mounted in a 'box" called the fuel pump mount. There are 2 other parts mounted to the Mounting Box also, the accumulator and the filter. The main pump is the one in the middle with power feeding it through a wire connector. The second pump is in the fuel tank, and can be accessed under the carpet in the hatch back. There is a large plastic ring holding the Sending unit/pump into the tank. There is also a power connector there. The main pump has 3 phillips screws on a mounting ring, a 3/4 inch fuel connector (output), and the already mentioned power connector. There is an O ring around the pump's body inside the mount. Make sure and get the copper washers for the fuel connector if replacing the pump. There are 3.
For 1.9 and 2.0L SPI engines the oil pressure switch or sending unit is mounted on the firewall side, center of the engine block, near the starter.
Left top of your oil filter. It has a electrical connector on it. Utkan
It is inside of the fuel tank, and mounted on the fuel pump sending unit.
Typically mounted near the oil filter on the housing or up next to the distributor.
I have an 87 2.5L and the sending unit is located just in front of the distributor and perpendicular to the cylinders. It does however aim just a little towards the back of the truck and the electrical connector slides right on and off. It does not have a locking tab on the connector. My specific version has three prongs on it. Hope this helps!
Under hood, driver side, rear engine area, below exhaust manifold, mounted in engine block. Under vehicle, driver side, below engine area, between exhaust manifold and transmission bellhousing, mounted front of oil pressure sending unit.
It's on the back side of the engine. Take off the elctrical connector then put the special sending unit socket on it and turn it cc to take it off.
Relieve the fuel pressureRemove the rear seatRemove the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit access cover.Disconnect the electrical connector from the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit assembly and set the cover and wiring harness asideHold the sides of the fuel line quick disconnect connector,completely depress the connector tabs and pull out the tube inserted in the retainer.Disconnect both fuel linesRemove the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit six mounting screwsCarefully meneuver the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit assembly out fuel tankThe fuel level float and sending unit are delicate.Using a screwdriver,release the locking tabs on the chamber flange and remove it from the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit chamberCarefully pull the fuel tank temperature sending unit wiring harness part way out of the fuel pump/fuel level sending unit.Do not try to disconnect itUsing a screwdriver,release the snap fit portion and pull on the fuel level sending unit and remove itDisconnect the fuel pump electrical connector hold the sides of the fuel pump line quick disconnect connector,completely depress the connector tabs and pull out the tube inserted in the retainer.Disconnect both fuel pump fuel lines from the fuel level sending unit assemblyCarefully pull the fuel level sending unit assembly part way straight up out of the chamberUsing a screwdriver,release the two locking tabs and remove the fuel filter from the chamber.Remove the fuel pump bracket and pull out the filterPull down and remove the fuel pump from the fuel filter housing