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Old 04-03-2005, 12:12 PM   #1
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does any one have a real picture of where the oil pressure sender is... i cant seem to find it.. i must be blind! please help!! thanks! oh and the thottle body seems like its leakin again!!!! i think its time for a new car...
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Default yea i found it one time doing a brake job

yea remove your front passanger tire or jack up that side of the car and look on the block behind the pully sysyem you should find it
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I have a picture of one on my car, but I don't know if it'* in the same spot as the Bonnevilles. It should be...

When my site comes back up, I'll post the picture.
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Mine is slightly modified, because I have an aftermarket setup, but where the gold metal piece is, you will see your sender.
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YAYA thanks guys!! is it going to be a mess??? probably huh?? best thing i suppose to do is quickly losen the old one and quickly install the new one... damn tire!! why couldnt they put it somewhere easy?!?!
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It won't be a mess. It'll drip a bit though.
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