OK, but I'll bet you will be sorry you asked.... The pressure sender is located on the firewall side of the motor, behind the alternator and under the right side manifold support bracket. If you get under the car, look up between the firewall and the engine, about halfway up, and you'll see a ridge about 1" in diameter running the entire length of the engine block. This is the oil galley. The oil pressure sender is screwed into the right end of this galley, and has one tan wire (or one tan & one tan/blk if your car has a pressure gauge). Terry
On the 1995 Saturn SL1 The oil pressure sending unit is the sensor closest to the alternator. The unit is on the back of the block.
The oil pressure sending unit is located on the back of the block. it is the sensor located closest to the alternator.
We need to know which sending unit you speak of. There are several on that vehicle such as temperature sending unit, oil pressure sending unit and fuel gauge sending unit.
The oil pressure sending unit is on the top rear of the engine, next to the distributor.
The 1994 Ford F3 50 pickup truck 7.3 liter engine oil pressure sending unit can be found on the left-hand side of the engine. The oil pressure sending unit will be near the front of the engine.
Back of the motor, next to the oil filter...
The oil pressure sending unit is located on the oil filter housing. Look above the filter and you will see a single wire going to the unit. You will need a sending unit socket to remove it. The tool can be purchased at any auto parts store for a nominal fee.
Remove the oil pressure sending unit retaining ring. Remove the wiring harness from the sending unit. Poll the sending unit out of the engine.
Were is the oil pressure sending unit on a 95 mitsubishi miaage
The oil pressure sending unit on a 2005 GMC Sierra
Oil send unit 4.9.l
Do you mean the Temp sending unit, oil pressure sending unit, or fuel level sending unit?