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Old 09-07-2014, 03:09 PM
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where is the oil pressure switch

On a pentastar engine. Check engine light on, OBD2 reader shows P0520 which is the oil pressure switch.

As title asks, where on our pentastar is that famous oil pressure switch located??

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^^^There it is.........

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Oh man I feel stupid looking at this..... Is it the red one?? Or the one with the green bar on it??? And is that towards the front if the engine??? I don't see the oil filter housing?!?!
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Just came back from under my hood... Alright, it is located under the air intake and cant be seen without it removed... Right??? Still don't know which switch it is:-)
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^^^Yes, it is in the front, and it is the bottom unit, part# 05149062AA

Why will your Dealer not replace it under warranty???
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^^^Yes, it is in the front, and it is the bottom unit, part# 05149062AA

Why will your Dealer not replace it under warranty???
No no, just that I like to learn about my vehicles.

Decided to return my jeep back to stock with my Superchips flashcal before bringing it in for service, and to complete the operation, the darn thing erased all the codes..... Went for a ride to make the check engine light and code come back, but it didn't work!!!! It didn't come back!!!!

Guess I'll have to wait.
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]No no, just that I like to learn about my vehicles.[/B]

Decided to return my jeep back to stock with my Superchips flashcal before bringing it in for service, and to complete the operation, the darn thing erased all the codes..... Went for a ride to make the check engine light and code come back, but it didn't work!!!! It didn't come back!!!!

Guess I'll have to wait.
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Thank you so much for your assistance.

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