How to Replace the Oil Pressure Sending Unit on 5.3 General Motors Engine?

Answer General Motors is an American automotive corporation. Its vehicle brand lineup includes Buick, Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac. Some of the company’s vehicles utilize a 5.3-liter V8 engine, including... Read More »

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How to Replace an Oil Pressure Sending Unit in a Cherokee?

The oil pressure sending unit for the Jeep Cherokee is located on the side of the block near the oil filter. The sender is a small silver and black, cylindrical sensor that has a weather-proof plug... Read More »

How do I Replace a 1993 Mustang GT Oil Pressure Sending Unit?

The 1993 Ford Mustang GT sports a 5.0-liter V-8 engine, capable of producing 225-horsepower. Features include 16-inch aluminum wheels, disc brakes, premium sound system, tachometer and upgraded sus... Read More »

What is an oil pressure sending unit?

The oil pressure sending unit in your car's engine measures the flow of oil. In the event of poor oil flow, it sends an electronic signal to an oil light or gauge on the instrument cluster. Poor oi... Read More »

How to Change an Oil Pressure Sending Unit?

An oil pressure sending unit is used for a gauge, while an oil pressure switch is used with a light on the dash. On many later-model vehicles, the sender and switch are all in one unit. If the ligh... Read More »