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    Hey guys. Has anyone replaced their oil pressure sensor? I have a 2015 200S and need to replace mine Sunday. Any help/suggestions will be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfisher04 View Post
    Hey guys. Has anyone replaced their oil pressure sensor? I have a 2015 200S and need to replace mine Sunday. Any help/suggestions will be appreciated.
    I have not, but I believe that is the sensor that sits on the oil cooler, which I have replaced. If that is the sensor I am thinking of, you need to remove the upper intake manifold to get to it. Probable a 4 out of 10 on difficulty, really not that bad. Curious though, how did you determine the sensor went out? Sounds odd that it would fail on a 2 year old car.

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    Thanks Gooch! I got error code P0520 and P06DE. After doing some research that's what I came up with. I did unhook the negative side of the battery and let it sit for an hour to see if the message would go away. It did in fact go away however came back about 20 minutes after driving it.

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    what motor do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kstuart5457 View Post
    what motor do you have?
    His profile states the 3.6 engine.

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    Oil Pressure Sensor / Switch-dscn0952.jpgMine went out (electric short-left a nasty burn mark on the plastic) and it was pretty easy to change: Remove the upper and lower intake manifolds (buy NEW gaskets) so you can get to the sender. It helps quite a bit if you have the special 1 1/16" deep socket, then you can easily remove the sensor from the drivers side with a 1/2" ratchet without having to remove the oil filter/cooler housing (which makes a hella mess if you do).

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    Forgot to mention the sender is the LOWER one on the back of the oil filter/cooler assembly.

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