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yea if the sensor is in that hole on top, i wonder how youre supposed to check the oil level.... wonder if someone just switched the sensor for the plug, and didnt realize it... it was a fleet vehicle for 370k miles...
so if the oil level is low in the hpop tank, will that causes an extended crank to start? and what would cause the oil lever to be low in there?
It seems like that sensor should be UNDER oil, to accurately work.. or at least have wires connected to it!! lol