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Old 11-03-2012, 10:45 AM
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Ok super simple question... Does anyone have diagram showing the location of the oil pressure sensor on a 2007 Dodge Caliber 2.0 L?

I need to replace it but cannot find it for the life of me...
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It's behind the AC compressor




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So am I looking at removing the Intake Manifold to get my hands in there?
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So am I looking at removing the Intake Manifold to get my hands in there?
1.Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable.

2.Raise and support the vehicle

3.Remove the splash shield from the right side frame rail

4.If vehicle is equipped with an A/C compressor, remove the accessory drive belt

5.Remove the three bolts (2) and reposition the A/C compressor (1), if equipped.

6.Disconnect the oil pressure switch electrical connector.

7.Remove the oil pressure switch using oil pressure socket C-4597 (1) or equivalent.
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I have a 2007 Dodge Caliber RT 2.4 eng. I did this but Im having trouble working on replacing my Oil pressure sensor because the room is limited to work around, any comment will be appreciate.
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So did you remove the Intake Manifold out to get to the oil pressure sensor? or is it different with this Model 2007 Dodge Caliber RT 2.4 I have no room to work on, I'm working on this few days now.
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I have a 2007 Dodge Caliber RT 2.4 eng. Im having trouble working on replacing my Oil pressure sensor because the room is limited to work around, any comment will be appreciate.
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The all of the engines are basically the same on the outside. Bore and stroke are different internally between the 1.8L, 2.0L and 2.4L.

This should work on all except maybe the SRT-4 turbocharged cars.

Do you have the correct socket for the sending unit?
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yes I do, I haven't got as far using the right socket but i do have the right one i will try again tomorrow thank you,
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I wish I could be more help, kinda hard sometimes from this side of my keyboard.
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