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Unread 12-11-2009, 03:59 PM   #1
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oil pressure switch wiring

ok... so my wife told me that her oil light came on when she was sitting in idle(going off when accelerating). her oil levels were fine so I decided to swap out the unit.
When i pulled out the old one there was oil in the connection and some play between the nut and plastic part of it.
I then button it up and take a test spin now the opposite happens the light comes on at higher rpms and goes off when at idle and lower rpms.....

the pressure is fine. so my question is what goes wrong with the wiring since I have seen that as a problem too.... there is not much wiring there and I cant see a darn thing so where should I look.

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