No, a sending unit is for a gauge, and the switch is for a warning light.
Worn main or rod bearings if pressure drops at idle. Faulty gauge or sending unit. Faulty oil pump or clogged pick up screen. Piece of crap car. Etc.
the oil pressure sender is under the ditributer on the back side of the intake manifold... it looks like a small coke can with a two wire conector. this is an astro van 2wd
No. The harmonic balancer does exactly what it says. It is to keep the engine from viberating. You need to install a manual oil pressure gauge and run the engine cold and hot to determine if you really have a pressure problem. Most likely you have a bad oil pressure sending unit.
SAE 5w-20 any major brand conventional or synthetic oil.
Right above the oil filter.
The oil sending unit is below the thermast housing on a 1998 accord
Where is the oil pressure sending unit on 1992 ford ranger
does a 2003 Honda Accord LX have to oil sending unit on the Car
The oil sending unit in a 1992 Isuzu Trooper is located within the car's engine. The oil sending unit is responsible for determining the oil pressure.
The 1992 Buick oil sending unit can be found on the left-hand side of the engine. The oil sending unit will be a few inches above the oil pan.
by the oil filter
It will probably be next to the oil filter.
It is right above the oil filter
Where is the oil sending unit on a 1992 Honda Prelude? This car is with my son at college 200 miles away from our house.
It is located directly above the oil filter.
Above the Oil Filter on the back of the block.