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Old 11-27-2009, 03:51 AM
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Oil Pressure Sending Unit

Does anyone know if there is a special socket to remove the oil pressure sending unit on a 5.9 R/T? I have a set of short wrenches and can't fit any down the back to get at the sending unit. Or at least what wrench size is the thing?
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autoparts should have it for less than $8
its a glorified long socket
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Do you know what size it is?
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1" to 1 1/16".

Mine goes up to 2 5/8"
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Thanks found one at the parts store, 1 1/16", $12.00.
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