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I'm wondering if anyone has a picture of the 2200 engine which clearly shows all the components and sensors on the engine.

I was just at a j yard to pull an oil pressure sensor but couldn't identify which one it was. I'm looking to avoid paying money for a repair book...

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it's just few inches behind oil filter housing.has wire w/plug on it and you need a large deepwell socket to remove it.look at the junkyard turbo thread you'll see his block out of truck and a hardline oil feed coming out of it to feed turbo.
 

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it's just few inches behind oil filter housing.has wire w/plug on it and you need a large deepwell socket to remove it.look at the junkyard turbo thread you'll see his block out of truck and a hardline oil feed coming out of it to feed turbo.
What about the 4 or 5 other sensors near it?
 

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luckily I just changed my engine out so I took this pic of my old engine sitting in my garage right now. I circled the oil pressure sensor, but you might want to get a new one, you'll never know what shape its in when you get it used.
 

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luckily I just changed my engine out so I took this pic of my old engine sitting in my garage right now. I circled the oil pressure sensor, but you might want to get a new one, you'll never know what shape its in when you get it used.
Thank you for the picture. It helps a lot.

Would it be too much of a bother for you to mark what the other sensors are? I know one is the cam sensor.

I can get a used one for next to nothing, so might as well pull it first and if its bad, then I can buy a new one.
 

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Alright I'll mark the other sensors. But then I am done for the night, too tired to stay awake anymore. My crank sensor wouldn't come out, it broke off when I tried taking it out, that is why you don't see the connector plug.
 

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Alright I'll mark the other sensors. But then I am done for the night, too tired to stay awake anymore. My crank sensor wouldn't come out, it broke off when I tried taking it out, that is why you don't see the connector plug.
Thank you. This is extremely helpful!

I appreciate it! ;)
 

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crank sensors can be a bitch to pull when i replaced my motor i replaced the crank cam and oil pressure and the crank snapped like you see in the pic needle nose pliers can be a good friend
 
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