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Oil Pressure sensor

I'v checked i have good oil pressure in the motor but the gague on the dash doesn't indicate any pressure... it moves slightly when i start the car so i think its getting some voltage.. just don't know where on the car the sensor is that feeds info to this gauge... Haynes manuel never shows excatly where this sensor is at..
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If its a 5.0, its at the front of the block, between the timing cover and the oil filter, on the driver side with one wire running to it.



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Oil Pressure sending unit is on the driver side, front of the engine. Behind the right side of Water pump housing back a couple inches on the block above the oil filter. Hope that helps a little bit.
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