Oil Pressure Gauge Switch
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BWD Oil Pressure Gauge Switch

Part No. S4110P Warranty Details  
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BWDOil Pressure Gauge Switch
 
2.8

(based on 5 reviews)

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5.0

Exact fit

By 

from Connecticut

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Comments about BWD Oil Pressure Gauge Switch:

Ordering on-line they take your money right away! Mistake with wrong part? Ten day's to get​ your money back!!!!

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4.0

Oil Pressure Sender for light & gauge

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from Massachusetts

About Me Casual Driver

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Use
  • Gauge
  • High-Performance
  • Lightweight
  • Oil
  • Pressure
  • Sender
  • Versatile

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Large Cars
  • Trucks

Comments about BWD Oil Pressure Gauge Switch:

This part energizes the warning light when the oil pressure is missing, This support feature also works in addition to providing a varying level of measurable instrumentation signal to an oil pressure gauge already designed into a stock part instrument cluster. Used with systems combined with a panel including a gauge as well a warning indicator light

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3.0

This is an oil pressure switch

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from Decatur, AL

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Comments about BWD Oil Pressure Gauge Switch:

This is an oil pressure switch and not a sending unit (transducer) for a gauge. On some vehicles Ford uses a switch like this with a gauge on the instrument cluster instead of a warning light. They put a resistor in series with the switch to make the gauge read a nominal pressure. So the average person thinks they are looking at a variable pressure when in fact it is fixed. When the engine oil pressure drops to zero and the switch opens the gauge drops to zero. It functions like a warning light but looks like a gauge.

This switch works fine in my F-150.

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1.0

Fail

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from Connecticut

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    Cons

    • Poor quality

    Best Uses

      Comments about BWD Oil Pressure Gauge Switch:

      Unfortunately, it failed immediately. Started leaking oil on start up. It will exchange and hope it was just a bad unit.

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      1.0

      wrong switch for car with light

      By 

      from Exeter RI

      Pros

        Cons

        • Incompatible

        Best Uses

          Comments about BWD Oil Pressure Gauge Switch:

          An oil pressure switch completes the circuit to ground for the indicator light. After the engine starts the increase in oil pressure opens the switch and the light should go out.
          This switch is open at rest (no continuity to ground). After engine starts and oil pressure builds, switch closes and puts on indicator light.
          I think this maybe the sender for a vehicle with a gauge rather than a switch for a vehicle with an indicator light

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          10 Questions | 11 Answers
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          • Q:

            this is for a oil pressure gauge {low--high} not a low oil light? if so, what type pressure range?
            Asked on 2/5/2014 by candobill

            1 answer

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              A:

              I'm happy to help, Candobill! This switch is designed to provide an indication that the oil pressure is nominal. The gauge will then sit in the standard position, approximately the middle of the gauge. Therefore there is no pressure range specified for this product.

              Answered on 2/7/2014 by Heath, ASE Parts Specialist from AAP
          • Q:

            Where is the oil pressure switch located on a 1988 Ford F-150 with a 5.0 liter engine ?
            Asked on 2/15/2013 by big cat

            1 answer

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              A:

              With reference to your inquiry on the BWD Oil Pressure Switch - part# S4110P, the oil pressure switch for your 1988 Ford 5.0 liter F 150 should be located in line with the oil lines under the engine. For any further assistance, please feel free to call us at: 1-877-238-2623 or visit the nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our Parts Pros will gladly assist you with any questions or concerns you may have.

              Answered on 2/16/2013 by Vincent from AAP
          • Q:

            Do I need a special tool to remove this switch?
            Asked on 2/15/2012 by Derick from Tampa,fl

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              A:

              The tools needed to remove this oil pressure swtich are Socket, Extender handle, New oil pressure switch ,Oil and Oil filter wrench.

              Answered on 2/16/2012 by Dennis from AAP
          • Q:

            I have a 1993 lincoln signature series 3.8 engine,with digital dash,what oil sending switch do I need ? and do you have it in stock ?
            Asked on 1/17/2012 by vic from warren, mi.

            1 answer

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              A:

              Yes, this BWD oil pressure switch fits your 1993 Lincoln Continental Signature. To check the current stock availability please enter the zip code in the box provided in our website product page.

              Answered on 1/17/2012 by Steve from AAP
          • Q:

            I have a 98 Ford Explorer Sport 2 door. The light indicator on the dash is on "check gage". The oil pressure gauge is sitting at zero pressure. I do have oil pressure and suffient amount of engine oil.

            What do I check for? Fuse, oil pressure switch, sending unit? And where do I find these on the vehicle? How will I know which one is the cause?
            Asked on 12/5/2011 by MissAnnette from Edmonton, Canada

            1 answer

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              A:

              Yes, it should be the Oil pressure switch. Replacing the Oil pressure switch will rectify oil pressure issue.

              Answered on 12/5/2011 by John the Car-Doc from AAP
          • Q:

            Where is the oil pressure switch on a 200 4.0 sohc explorer
            I cant find it
            Asked on 8/27/2011 by Anonymous

            1 answer

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              A:

              It should be located on the driver's side of the block near the front, about level with the water pump.

              Answered on 8/28/2011 by Aaron from AAP
          • Q:

            is this product the same as a n oil sending unit?
            Asked on 5/31/2011 by Anonymous

            1 answer

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              A:

              No, The oil pressure switches detect pressure applied to the clutch and brakes, and sends control signals to the TCM.

              Answered on 6/2/2011 by Just Ask Jacob! from AAP
          • Q:

            where is the oil pressure sending unit on a 88 ford 460
            Asked on 4/30/2010 by Anonymous

            1 answer

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              A:

              Depending on where your gauge sender is installed it could be at the front before the oil ever gets to any bearings or it could be at the back behind the intake manifold. I recommend visiting your local Advance Auto Parts store and purchasing Haynes Repair Manual. The book will provide you with replacing the Oil Pressure Gauge Sending Unit for your specific vehicle. It will also direct you step by step with detailed instructions on the replacement process for any part on your vehicle.

              Answered on 4/30/2010 by Rose from AAP
          • Q:

            i never owned a ford before so dont laugh, where is the sending unit located on 95 mercury couger xr7
            Asked on 4/2/2010 by barbie the lost

            1 answer

            • A:

              Hi Barbie
              If you have the 3.0 v6 I think the sender is to the right of the distributor. if you are on the driverside facing the
              distributor, it is below the air flow sensor and to the right of the distributor. It is not that easy to find.

              Answered on 4/19/2010 by tron52 from Exeter RI
          • Q:

            what type of wrench does it take
            Asked on 3/21/2010 by Anonymous

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            • A:

              I used a plumbling basin wrench, The sort you use to remove and install faucets from underneath, behind a sink. A 1"1/16
              six point deep socket will fit if you have one available.
              I think the store will lend you one if you need one.

              Answered on 4/19/2010 by tron52 from Exeter RI
            • A:

              Takes a special socket that cost around $15 to $20 depending on where you buy it. Most mechanics have one and it only takes about 5 minutes to change in most vehicles.

              Answered on 5/28/2010 by Willowlong from Tennessee
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