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Oil Pressure Sending Unit Replacement Part
« on: Sep 03, 2014, 09:06 AM »
I just had to replace my oil pressure sending unit, and after shopping around, I found that the best price by far was at  I paid $34.30 for the AC Delco replacement part (D1846A), while the cheapest online parts houses wanted around $50 for it.  I also picked up the 27mm deep-socket designed to easily remove and replace the sender, which cost $8.77 on Amazon.

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Oil Pressure Sending Unit:

Oil Pressure Switch 27mm Deep Socket:

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Re: Oil Pressure Sending Unit Replacement Part
« Reply #1 on: Sep 30, 2014, 06:02 AM »
This is good info. I did the exact same thing a few months ago and Amazon is where I went. I already had the socket so I was good there. To my surprise Amazon has alot of parts for cheaper than you can find anywhere.

I also picked up the screen that is under this switch, nothing on Amazon though I had to go to the dealer for it.

If anyone is interested I did a video of the install of both the sensor and the filter under the sensor.
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