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996tt oil pressure sensor replacement

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not sure about TT, but on 3.6 I think sender is located on top of right side of engine.  Easy change for inde shop a few years ago.

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DoC, Loren is right on top of this stuff.  

Welcome to the forum.  

Consider becoming a contributor, and...Good luck, j

Edited by judgejon

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The oil pressure sensor on the 996 Turbo is on the top of the engine - right behind the oil filter.  Not easy to access, but possible.

 

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Sorry :blush:

My mistake I just realized you have a 996TT - even though posted in the 996 section.

I will move this to the appropriate section.

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You gotta move the oil filter housing and you'll be able to reach it.


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Lower the engine about 4 inches and it is lot better!!! Floor jack under the engine block and 2 nuts 18mm on the rear engine mount...... Oups that is probably fix already, old post......

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I did this last weekend and removed the diverter valves instead of the oil filter housing to get to the oil pressure sending unit.

Not too bad a job if you lower the engine.

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