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Where do you install a Oil Temp Sensor on a 350 block?

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2005-11-06 20:57:53
2005-11-06 20:57:53

hmmm, I've never had an oil temp sensor. I've only had an oil pressure unit, on the back of the block behind the distributor, and a block/coolant temp located on either head, one of my cars have even had one in each head. my 2cents :)

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