How To Change An Oil Pressure Sending Unit: 2002 Chevy Silverado 4.3L V6




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Justin Case: Thanks for this video man my switch just went bad couple days ago I got the new part ordered for tomorrow morning these videos really help a lot gives a little insight on what to expect n what tools will be needed so once again thank you keep them coming :)

J White: Tyvm. All the other videos are for V8.

slipininthedarkness I keep: What's the reason you replaced it if this switch is bad on my blazer ls 4.3 could it be the reason why I'm not getting no current to my fuel pump?

Eriberto Arvizu: Thanks a lot for the Vid. It save good time.

350toocute: I just don`t get it..Not here to put anyone down but..Why would anyone wanna have a 4.3 liter V/6 in a full size pick up?

22KPAR1X Cyberdyne: I see you have alot of haters. Next time you do a video, you need a rehearsal and proper identification of "things" for your viewers. Apparently you are being judged for a Golden globe. lol. (exactly why I haven't posted any mechanical videos)

Eli hollaway: Need someone to tell me what wire goes to what from pigtail end.bought truck and some fool cut pig tail off.one wire has 12volts,one goes to grd. Not sure on other wire part# pt246.thanks

HDRageGamer: never mind i got it

HDRageGamer: now what would couse the gauge to go past 80 mine is over that but i have the right amount of oil in it

Toad Phillips: man I hate working on these 4.3's everything is so hard to get to especially the blazers and everything breaks constantly

Christopher Severance: Great video my friend. Thanks for including the tools and sizes. And BTW...ignore the haters!

okeefe58: I was with you, until you started calling inanimate objects "this guy, "and that guy". I refuse to watch videos where people are so annoying. THEY ARE PARTS - NOT "GUYS"

1oldiesbutgoodies: On my 01 4.3 removing the distributor cap, it took a star size T20. I thought it was a T15 so when I tried it I broke the star wrench teeth. Just a heads up! Try both sizes first or you may ruin your wrench.

zackman9999: Very helpful. Thank you

MrByaahh: step by step would've been nice. in any case, the only thing I pulled off was the oil sending switch..didn't have to remove the cap or wires or anything else.

Barbara Corfield: I was actually seeing if there was a video on a chevy corsica and this process.. would this be the same way???

david mayer: this guy sucks he said a video helps but this isnt no video just crap

LiveMcDowell: Holly hell. 120,000k +. Just noticed this. Dang.

Spectrum5GHz: You could have put more oil in the vehicle and the manufacture recommends. When was the last time you had an oil change? Was the filter replaced? Did you change the oil yourself? If you know the correct amount of oil is in your vehicle then you might want to consider replacing the oil pressure sending unit. Always consult with a trusted and certified mechanic.

Johnny Morales: Is that what i need if my truck peeks high at all times?
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