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Where is the oil pressure sending unit on a 2001 Ford Explorer SUV 2 door Sport 4.0 liter engine?


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2010-03-14 01:15:47
2010-03-14 01:15:47

on the 4.0 L OHV engine it should be on the driver's side below the power steering pump. Remove the front left tire and the splash guard to access it. It will be a white device with a single wire feeding into it. The sensor is VERY hard to access, buried behind a bunch of cables and hoses.

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