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Cummins 4326849 Oil Pressure Sensor

Your Price: $88.90

Product Application: 1998.5 to 2002 Dodge Ram 5.9L Cummins
Manufacturer: Cummins
Item Number: FG 4326849
Manufacturer Part No: 4326849

IN STOCK AND READY TO SHIP
Condition: New

The Cummins 4326849 replacement oil pressure sensor is for the 1998.5 to 2002 Dodge Ram 5.9L 24 Valve Turbo Diesel powered trucks. READ MORE >>

  Cummins 4326849 dodge ram oil pressure switch    

Cummins 4326849 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor

Cummins 24 Valve diesel engine Replacement Oil Pressure Sensor applications:

  • 1998.5 to 2002 Dodge Ram trucks with the Cummins 5.9L turbo diesel.

The 1998.5 to 202 Dodge Ram 5.9L Cummins has an engine oil pressure sensor that is used to measure the engine’s oil pressure.  A properly functioning oil pressure sensor is vital because if the engine is operated with little or no oil pressure, the engine will seize. A failed oil pressure sensor can lead to a no start conditionThis Brand New Cummins 4326849 Engine Oil Pressure Switch is the most current version of this switch available.

  • Mopar 5012991AE Oil Pressure Switch

Cummins Turbo Diesel Replacement Oil Pressure Switch Information:

  • Length: 3.39
  • Width: 1.77
  • Height: 1.65
  • Weight: 1.4 LBS

The Cummins 4326849 Engine Oil Pressure Sensor supersedes:

  • Cummins 4088390
  • Cummins 4921511
  • Mopar 5011434AA
  • Mopar 5012991AA
  • Mopar 5012991AB
  • Mopar 5012991AC
  • Mopar 5012991AD
  • Mopar 5012991AE

This Oil Pressure Switch is a genuine OEM Cummins part that is backed by the manufacturer's warranty.

This replacement Oil Pressure Sending unit is the latest version part available for the 1998.5 to 202 Dodge Ram diesels. This oil pressure sender is a genuine Cummins part that contains the three pins electrical connector.

How does the Oil Pressure Sensor work?
The oil pressure sensor is actually an electronic transducer which allows more electricity to flow in direct proportion to the pressure applied to a pressure sensitive medium. That electrical signal is translated to a pressure reading on the gauge on the your dash board. The oil pressure sensor is mounted on the outside of the engine block and connected by a drilled passage to a pressurized oil gallery for the sensor to read the current oil pressure being produced by your motor.