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Where is oil pressure sensor or sending unit on 1995 LHS 3.5L engine?

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2007-03-30 18:52:50
2007-03-30 18:52:50

I just got this changed on my car. The switch costs about 8 bucks at the local auto part store.Put the car on a lift or jack it up. right under the radiator youll see something that looks like the plug you just bought. un clip the old one put the new one on. its in the gap between the radiator and oil pan.

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