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Astro 1985-2005
Chevy's first entry into the minivan class, offered in All Wheel Drive to add to its versatility.
Platform: M-Body

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Old 01-16-2011, 12:28 AM
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Default Oil Pressure Switch Location on 2000 Astro?

Can any one tell me where the oil pressure sending switch is located on my 2000 Astro?
the check gauges indicator light comes on in my van, when I look to check the gauges I notice that the oil pressure gauge is not registering or moving sporadically in the low pressure range. The engine sounds fine, no noise as if the oil pump was not working. So I want to check for a loose wire connector and possibly thinking that the pressure switch is bad. Any other suggestions or ideas as to what the problem might be?
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