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Oil Pressure switch...


Created On Sunday June 27, 2004 10:19 Diesel Talk
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traverler44
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It was on this forum that a diagnois of a bad oil pressure switch was causing a starting then dying problem when my 6.5L turbo was started. Got the part and the recommended socket but STILL was not able to get the socket on. It appears that some hose runs near the base of the OPS and the socket will not go on. Any ideas how much a dealer would charge to replace this unit? I despise dealers but may not have a choice this time. Thanks.
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