(I didn't think anybody would still be up and so I was all primed to post this just as I saw your last post, Bill. But here'* some info anyway)
Yes, that seems to be the case. I checked our '98 and there'* no modulator, but a big grey one in our '94 as willwren mentions along with his nice pic in this thread:
Antonio, you might as well look for it anyway. Who knows what anybody'* done with your engine and transmission?
Bill '* suggestion started me thinking, though, about other possibilities down below. You mentioned that it smoked worse after your accident, and that the oil pressure was looking squirrelly. I don't know what your accident entailed, but if you went off road, you may have hit a curb, a rock, a sign post, etc. Have you looked underneath to see if you might have creased or dented your oil pan (or transmission pan)? I've only had the top part of our '98 open, so I don't know what it looks like exactly inside the oil pan, but could you have damaged an oil sump? Or kinked an oil line inside, or even gave the oil pump a damaging jarring?
Your squirrelly oil pressure bothers me. It'* probably just a clogged or stuck sender, but what if it isn't? The high indicated pressure might mean something'* getting blocked or pinched off from getting oil, just as I was alluding to above. If that "something" is ultimately rings, then they are going to get gummed up and let oil past them until maybe they get ungummed (or not).
Well, this is just another of a zillion possibilities -- something to think about.