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I replaced the seals in the vacuum pump and found this connector. I don't know what it goes to. ---AutoMerged DoublePost--- Am I on the right forum? this is for diesels right... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 03-27-2013, 09:05 AM
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I replaced the seals in the vacuum pump and found this connector. I don't know what it goes to.

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Old 03-27-2013, 09:40 AM
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Did you happen to break your oil press. sending unit off when you removed your pwr steering pump? Thats only one close that you could have broke off that I know of
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I will check that, That prompted me to look up the locations.
24 Valve Fuel System Components
I wonder if the 12 valve is the same or similar.

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THis was the diagram I should have used..

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Old 03-27-2013, 09:54 AM
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best I can remember the oil press. sending unit is about the only sensor near where you were working that could get damaged. Last one I did I had to unplug it for the pwr steering resevoir to clear.
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fuel filter sensor???

osjr843's Sig:95 3500 Dodge Reg. Cab Flatbed, Auto, #8 fuel plate, AFC Tuned, K&N custom intake, 4" down pipe, 5" straight pipe w/ 7" tip.
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I have no oil pressure on the gauge, but the stupid thing is, I am not sure if it worked to start with. I bought the truck last fall as a basket case, and really don't remember.

I can not find the oil sender on this thing. I even looked around with a mirror. I have taken a ton of pics, hoping someone can help. (Where I think the oil pressure sensor should be, is a rounded off button sore of thing)



The connector wire seems to be 2 yellow wires.



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here is what it plugged into
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This is where I thought the OPS would be
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Other end of broken sensor.
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Old 03-28-2013, 12:32 PM
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The oil press. sender is on the block below and rear of the power steering resevior, should be able to see it from under the truck.
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It appears you broke your oil pressure sending unit.
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Old 03-28-2013, 08:58 PM
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that is the oil pressure "switch" per the Cummins Tech that helped me with mine. They call it a sending unit but it is a switch. When you have oil pressure the switch closes and sends the current to the PCM the PCM then uses the signals from the engine speed sensor and "calculates the pressure info that it sends to the Oil Pressure Gauge. In all this there is no actual measurement of pressure. You can get one from Auto Zone for around $34. and the have a sensor socket that will make it easier. I had to break off the plastic part to get the socket to go on the old one but it fit over the new one perfect. IT IS A VERY FINE THREAD SO START IN CAREFULLY BY HAND. It is directly between the fuel prescreen and the Canned Ham Pump


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stick your camera phone and movie the area and you should see it or rather half that is left.

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good info
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