The oil switch is located on the passenger side of the truck in the back of the engine. Look for the transmission dipstick, then feel for it between the transmission dipstick and the engine block. It is hidden pretty well, but a socket wrench will fit to take it off. The new part uses a 1-1/16 socket, the old part for some reason was smaller, I think 13/16 inch. Hope that helps.
The oil pressure switch is under the power steering unit. The easiest access is from below the truck.
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I BELIEVE that is ( 40 to 60 PSI at 2,000 RPM ) for the oil pressure on a 3.0 liter V6 engine in a Ford Ranger
I have a 2001 Ford ranger 4x4 with a 4.0L SOHC engine. Supposedly the oil pressure switch is located at the upper passengers side in back of the engine block. I have yet to even be able to see let alone replace mine. Typical Ford engineering; crappy!
on top of the starter of front of your engine block
Oil Pressure Sender and SwitchFord Ranger/Explorer/Mountaineer 1991-1999http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...3d800d46de.jsp
Only if you have the 2.5 liter four cylinder engine in a 2001 Ford Ranger . ( that engine has a timing BELT )
The low pressure cutoff switch on the air condition system of a 2001 Honda Accord is located towards the front of the engine compartment. The unit is placed on the refrigerant reservoir.
2002 ranger wont go in 4wheel
On the 4.0 L OHV engine, the oil pressure sending unit is on the driver's side of the engine, located below the power steering pump.
It is attached to the end of the fuel rail. On 2001 f150 it is located at the back of the engine. Good luck getting at it.
It is on the back of the engine, below the exhaust manifold, under a heat shield.