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Thread: Unknown plug?

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    Unknown plug?

    Hey guys, noticed that this plug wasn't connected. Was is it for?
    Thank you.


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    Oil level sensor, or knock sensor.

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    thatsv one fugly engine.....what he said
    [B][COLOR="Blue"][COLOR="Red"]June 6, 2009....D-Day[/COLOR][/COLOR][/B]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Young-SC-Owner View Post
    thatsv one fugly engine.....what he said
    Been to Canada, eh? I was driving it during the winter, hence the look.

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    yes i have been to canada!!

    i grew up in MN, i know all about the salt hehehehe
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    Back to the topic: can someone advise me which plug is it?

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    it looks like a block heater plug, both of my '94's have the sensor on the passenger side of the block. the 3 prong plug with cord is tucked up behind the drivers side headlight.
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    Oil level sensor for VMM

    Notice the un-drilled boss on your oil pan right by it.

    Nick

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    Oil level sender is a single pin connector, this is definetly for a block heater...

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    Quote Originally Posted by frdlvr30 View Post
    Oil level sender is a single pin connector, this is definetly for a block heater...
    are you sure my sc has 3 wires running to a plug in the oil pan

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    The oil level sensor is actually a 3 wire sender, oil temp in, oil level and oil temp return. The conector pictured goes to a jumper harness that goes to the oil level sensor. You do not have one in your vehicle judging by the oil pan. Also I would say that you do not have a VMM as that is what the oil level sensor is used for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birds4us View Post
    The oil level sensor is actually a 3 wire sender, oil temp in, oil level and oil temp return. The conector pictured goes to a jumper harness that goes to the oil level sensor. You do not have one in your vehicle judging by the oil pan. Also I would say that you do not have a VMM as that is what the oil level sensor is used for.
    You are right, I don't have a VMM on my car. Thank you for your help!

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