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Old 02-12-2009, 01:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Oil Pressure Sending Unit

There seems to be some confusion sometimes on which Cummins oil pressure sender will work. I bought Cummins part# 4921511 today and it screwed in, plugged into factory harness, and worked great. It cost me $75.00 at the local Cummins dealer. Hope this helps someone.
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Still that is high price to pay for a simple pressure switch that in other versions is avalaible for less than 15 dollars. IMHO
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Old 02-14-2009, 12:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I"ve Priced That Sending Unit Here In Pa,and The Auto Parts Stores Here Want $385.00 Does That Cummins Store Have A Web Address??
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is the switch differnt in a 98.0 i priced one for mine and was 245 at napa
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I'm not sure if they have a web site. There name is Mid-South Cummins in Montgomery Alabama. Hope this helps.
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I bought this sensor from this website..

It worked for me. Plugged right in.

Scheid Diesel - OIL PRESSURE SENSOR 24 VALVE Engine Parts Cummins Dodge Ram 2500 - 3500
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what did you pay??at scheids??? this controls the gauge in the truck right or no ? mine does not move untill the temp gauge moves that just started since i put val blue in.before that i was using pensoil and the oil pressure gauge has not worked in months.
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what did you pay??at scheids??? this controls the gauge in the truck right or no ? mine does not move untill the temp gauge moves that just started since i put val blue in.before that i was using pensoil and the oil pressure gauge has not worked in months.
$96 + shipping, sorry can't remember how much shipping was and can't find the invoice, but it wasn't bad. They wanted over $200 for this part at chrysler. But yes sir, it controlled the gauge in the truck, and it fixed mine. U might check your codes, mine was showing code 0523 (oil pressure sending unit voltage too high) so I figured mine must have been out... It was showing 60 psi all the time. Im not sure about the type of oil, but that may have something to do with it. But, yah this sensor fixed my dash oil pressure gauge.
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Hey guys,
I've got a 2005 5.9L dodge. Can any of you tell me where my Oil Pressure sensor is located?
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Hi out there will an oil pressure switch stop my truck from starting?
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