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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-16-2005, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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Oil Pressure Switch and other works

I know I posted this before, and did a search too, but still can't find the answer. Where in the $#%* is the oil pressure sensor on my engine? I saw something with wires sticking out of the block on the passenger side, towards the bottom, but it doesn't look anything like the new sensor I just bought.
I also fixed my AC, yet again. It took 3 cans of R134 and a new blower motor. And the plastic housing the motor is in was also cracked. I ended up having to pop rivet some metal support into it and sealed it up nice with silicone. Couldn't find a replacement at the junkyard, but found new ones for $200!
And, got some new wheels but couldn't get them mounted. The only place open today was Walmart, but apparently they can't mount 33"s because their machine is too small. WTF?!?

Oh well, I'm done ranting for now.
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Re: Oil Pressure Switch and other works

Check down by the oil filter if it's a carbureted-era truck.

The sender for the gauge/idiot light should be back by the distributor/cruise control servo.
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