Perfect, thank you! Is this relatively easy to get to and replace both o-rings on my own, I hope?? I know my way around my Miata and Focus (ZETEC) engine but the CL has been such an easy car to maintain, I am not as familiar under the hood .
2001 Acura CL Type-S w/ NAVI, San Marino Red (Legend Calipers, Brakemotive Drilled/Slotted Brakes, Option Racing UC Pulley, 2006 Avincar Speaker Upgrade)
[IMG] I'm trying to find where the oil pressure sensor is located. I installed a new variable valve timing switch (#17 on the drawing) and from what I can see, it appears the oil pressure sensor is just inches away. Is it covered by a black plastic/rubber Hershey"s Kiss shaped cover? If so, does it just come off by pulling it or does it unscrew? Do I need to drain the oil prior to removing the oil pressure sensor? Thanks
^^Yes, the oil pressure sender has a boot over it. Peel the boot back (sometimes they're stiff, and will crack). The wire terminal is a spade type; it pulls straight off. You don't have to drain the oil.
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