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?Tips on ATTS Oil Pressure Sensor Replacement?

Going to be replacing the right-side oil pressure sensor on my ATTS pretty soon.
(Code 64 and 65)

Has anyone on here done this already?
And do you have any tips for me to help make the job any easier?


Not sure how to tackle it easiest...
I keep hearing that it is a bear to replace...

Any help is much appreciated! :)
 

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I was able to drop a support beam and change it from underneath without removing any other bolts.

But my advice: Don't drop the sensor or the ATTS unit.
 

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I was able to drop a support beam and change it from underneath without removing any other bolts.

But my advice: Don't drop the sensor or the ATTS unit.
Thanks Kronn... I'm not looking forward to it.
I read a previous post of yours where you said it was difficult to access unless you have "skinny arms" like yours... And I've got big hands and arms, so I'm sure there will be a few curse words as I lay on my back staring up at it.

My only saving grace is that the underside of my car is decently clean.

Will any fluids leak when I pull the sensor out?
 

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Shouldn't. The sensors screw down into the top of the ATTS unit. Gravity holds the fluids in place.
Thank God for gravity. lol

Wasn't sure... all the drawings I've seen so far show the two sensors in the side of the ATTS unit toward the top... facing the firewall.
 

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just found a replacement ATTS right side sensor, going in hopefully this will get that annoying light off 👍🏻 Wish me luck y’all .
 
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