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So I received the dreaded error code for the oil pressure switch. After changing it along with my spark plugs. It ran like a top 600 miles back home (even the eco light came back on) haven’t seen that in awhile. Anyway the next day there was a slow and steady dripp of oil the next day I drove. i tourqued the manifold and used new gaskets for the upper and lower. I had 0 leakage of any kind before this. I guess my question is can a new sensor cause a leak, maybe I tightened the upper manifold to tight, although I can’t see and leeks. Need help , not going to pay a dealer $1000 if I can fix it.
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i would say the oil cooler went south. The plastic tends to crack. Like the near second big issue with these. 1st is the top end and roller rocker fail.

you can but the stock plastic one new its no better. Dorman makes the assembly no sensors and its all metal. Cost a bit more.
 
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