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Old 10-12-2017, 02:37 PM   #1
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Oil pressure switch and sender, AC Delco part numbers?

I'm a little confused.

What are the correct part numbers for the oil pressure switch and oil pressure sender for an '85?

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Re: Oil pressure switch and sender, AC Delco part numbers?

ACDECOD8032 #19106970 Single Bade. Just put one in my 85 WS6.

ACDELCO G1807 #03815936, 3815936 Single Blade. Just put one of those too in my 85 WS6

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Re: Oil pressure switch and sender, AC Delco part numbers?

Thanks Bob!

Who's got the number for the sender?
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D8032 #19106970 Single Bade. Just put one in my 85 WS6.
Oh, BTW, why'd you replace yours, was it leaking?
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Re: Oil pressure switch and sender, AC Delco part numbers?

LEAKING wasn't the word. See my edit above. It was soooooooooooooo bad, I thought the rear main seal was completely gone...the way the oil runs down the back. They were not bad, but I changed them both and fixed the leak
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Re: Oil pressure switch and sender, AC Delco part numbers?

Both of yours at the rear intake, right?
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Both of yours at the rear intake, right?
Yup!
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LEAKING wasn't the word. See my edit above. It was soooooooooooooo bad, I thought the rear main seal was completely gone...the way the oil runs down the back. They were not bad, but I changed them both and fixed the leak
Any tricks to getting back there?
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Pull the intake? *snicker* Mostly kidding, but I will say they're easy(er) to access when the intake is off.
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Pull the intake? *snicker* Mostly kidding, but I will say they're easy(er) to access when the intake is off.
Snall hands, but can be done. Takes time.
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