It has both.
under the oil filter
Which sending unit? Oil pressure sending unit? Engine temp sending unit? Fuel gauge sending unit?
In the engine, usually in an oil pressure port
Just to the left of the Oil filter towards the front of the engine.
IF I KNEW I WOULD NOT BE ASKING
on the engine
The 1989 Pontiac Firebird oil sending unit is located on the bottom of the engine. You will need to remove the oil pan in order to access the oil sending unit.
In the fuel tank. Fuel tank must be removed to gain access to the sending unit.
Where is the coolant temperature sending unit in a 96 toyota tacoma 3.4L V6
Any fuel sending unit I've ever seen is mounted into the fuel tank.
by the the oil filter
It's in the gas tank
If it's not located on the thermostat housing, where the top radiator hose attaches to the motor, then it's under the intake air chamber in the head.
The oil sending unit is located on the back of the block, directly behind/below the distributor.
Directly under the oil filter with a wire hooked to it. Then the wire hooks to the wire harness with another connector.
It is right behind the distributor.
it is with the fuel sending unit and is in series with the circuit that powers and measures the resistance on the sending unit via the float on the sending unit.
With a 4.3L engine, the oil pressure sending unit is in the back of the engine just to the drivers side of the distributor.
fuel sending unit is bad.
The temperature gauge sending unit, located on a 1989 Honda Accord LXI is located on the thermostat. It is the small connection with a single wire sticking out of it.
if its a full size pickup, with a v8, the fuel pressure regulator is in the tank, its part of the sending unit
The 1991 Chevrolet S 10 pickup truck oil sending unit is located on the bottom of the engine, in the oil pan. You will need to remove the oil pan in order to access the oil sending unit.
it is located behind the distributor on top of the block there is the oil sending unit and a oil sending switch with a wire that goes to your choke if it is electric trace it back and you will find it...