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Oil Pressure Sensor
I found an oil leak coming from the "oil.
2001 SATURN L200
I found an oil leak coming from the "oil pressure switch" but I can't seem to access it other than to disconnedt it. Do I have to pull the starter first? Please help.
Friday, January 18th, 2013 AT 12:41 AM
Disconnect engine oil pressure (EOP) switch harness connector.
Remove EOP switch (use 11/16 inch deep well socket).
Apply RTV sealant (or equivalent) to the EOP switch threads.
Install EOP switch.
Engine Oil Pressure Switch: 10 N.M (89 in-lbs)
Connect EOP switch harness connector. Push in connector until a click is heard, then pull back to confirm a positive engagement.
Check oil level and fill if low.
Start engine and check for leaks.
Friday, January 18th, 2013 AT 1:47 AM
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