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Kim

Oil Level Sender

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In a recent thread regarding strange behavior of the electronic oil level display, someone replied with:

Maybe a bad oil level sender, part #996.606.150.00, lists for $59.98. Kind of a PIA to change but not that bad.

I quickly added to the thread that I have had similar problems on my 2000 Cab and asked the responder if he could be more specific on:

1. the physical location of the sender, and

2. what is involved in changing it.

I haven't had any luck in getting a response to that thread or to a PM, so I'm starting a new topic in hopes of getting some help. Of course I can check the dipstick, but it just bothers me when something does not work.

Anyone?

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Have you tried to search? Lots of discussions like this one

Thanks for the link .... but notice that this thread (and the original I referred to) concern oil quantity / level .... not pressure.

I have searched RennTech without any luck.

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Sorry I know you sent me a PM on this and I did not have the time to get back to you. There is no specific instruction or diagrams in the manuals, and PET only has a picture of the unit, not the location. Also took a look at the Youtube video of the Boxster engine rebuild and they show the components going on top of the engine but I can't see this one with precision. I know it bolts onto the top of the engine and extends down into the oil pan, but I am not sure where.

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