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    Ok thanks for the info. As far as a bad sending unit where woukd I look? I just bought the truck today and it is my first truck newer than a '95. Any help would be awesome.
    2003 Tahoe 4x4 blacked out with 5.3L and small lift.
    1995 K2500 Single cab 3" body lift...on its way to the grave soon.

  2. #12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoke Em All View Post
    Ok thanks for the info. As far as a bad sending unit where woukd I look? I just bought the truck today and it is my first truck newer than a '95. Any help would be awesome.
    The Oil Sending Unit is located at the back of the Engine, on the Driverside, behind the Intake Manifold. It is Best to use a Sending Unit Socket which can be purchased at Most Auto Parts Outlets/Stores.


    Remove the Plastic Vortec Intake Cover over the Top of the Engine to Gain Better Access to the Oil Sending Unit.


    View from Rear of Engine


    MIKE


    99"SILVERADO
    5.3 l 3.73 l G80
    BLACK BEAR CUSTOM TUNE
    SNUGTOP l COLORMATCH l KATZKIN










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    Great info so is there a way to test them? Also as far as the tach goes what connections should I look at to rule out the stepper? Thanks again for the info.
    2003 Tahoe 4x4 blacked out with 5.3L and small lift.
    1995 K2500 Single cab 3" body lift...on its way to the grave soon.

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