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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.

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