504 / 505 oil pressure sender - where is it located?
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    Default 504 / 505 oil pressure sender - where is it located?

    Where is the the oil pressure sender located on my Peugeot 504 XN2 engine? I have noticed that the oil pressure light isn't coming on when starting so my guess is it is disconnected - but I haven't yet found the sender. Can somebody please describe where it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by callipygous View Post
    Where is the the oil pressure sender located on my Peugeot 504 XN2 engine? I have noticed that the oil pressure light isn't coming on when starting so my guess is it is disconnected - but I haven't yet found the sender. Can somebody please describe where it is?
    You should find it on the alloy housing next to the oil filter. It's possible that the cable is disconnected/broken
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    Thanks, I'll have a look. Though I've got some external oil filter setup so it may be moved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by callipygous View Post
    Thanks, I'll have a look. Though I've got some external oil filter setup so it may be moved.
    If the external oil filter setup is an add on bypass oil filter, ie dunny roll filter, oil passes through it and straight back to sump, the origional oil filtration system should still be in place.
    They are intended to be used as an additional fine filter suplementing the origional system.

    Have heard of adaptors being used to allow commoner/cheaper oil filters to be used.

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