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Experience:  Cert. Chrysler Warnty, Heavy Line Mech, Mobile Electronics. Sales, Installation & Repair for 30 years
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how do I change the oil sending unit on 2004 Sebring with 2.7

Customer Question

how do I change the oil sending unit on 2004 Sebring with 2.7 L DOHC 24 valve engine
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Chrysler
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 8 years ago.


The engine oil pressure switch is located on the right side of the engine block. The switch screws into the engine main oil gallery.


Raise vehicle on hoist.
Remove heat shield that covers oil pressure switch.
Disconnect oil pressure switch electrical connector.
Position an oil collecting container under switch location.
Remove switch by unscrewing from the engine block.

Apply Mopar Thread Sealant to the switch threads.
Install oil pressure switch.
Connect electrical connector.
Install oil pressure switch heat shield.
Lower vehicle.
Start engine and check for leaks.
Check engine oil level and adjust as necessary.

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Since this engine sits sideways as it is front wheel drive, does that put this back near the firewall? and is there a diagram somewhere I can look for where this might be? I can't seem to find it real well.
Expert:  Don 'Mo Lurch' replied 8 years ago.

Chrysler is lacking on diagrams for this.
The only thing they show is the harness, but it is on the right side of the block, about mid way down: