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Old 04-25-2006, 12:59 AM   #1
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Where is the oil sending unit located on a 92 SSEI?
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Not sure about the */C motor, but I know for a fact that the N/A oil pressure sending unit is on the passenger side of the motor, on the backside, directly in front of the transmission differential.
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WHICH sending unit? An SSEi has oil pressure AND oil LEVEL.

Pressure is on the rear of the engine. Change through the RF wheelwell with the skirting removed. LEVEL is in the pan.
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oil "pressure" sending unit
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probably right around the filter housing. Look there first.
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Like Willwren said, pull the passenger front tire, remove the shielding and you will have good access to it.
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If you go in there, you can't miss it.
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