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Right, done a search and not found anything so I hope someone can help!

my new oil pressure sender (genuine Nissan before anyone asks) finally turned up from Dave and I fitted it on Sunday.

When I removed the old unit, I noticed that it had "0 3" stamped into one of the flats on the hex section, whereas the new part had "3 7" and had a black plastic connector instead of the yellow one I removed. Apart from that, they were both identical.

The new pressure sender is still reading the same as the old one (except it works every time now, instead of intermittently like the old one) but I was wondering if it's calibrated to give a different signal to what the dash is expecting to see?

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Tom
 

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If its a genuine part, i would happily assume its the same pressure.
 

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I've no doubt it works well but in my experience pressure and temperature senders tend to be colour coded by working range given that they're often interchangeable due to standard thread.

If the stampings on both units were the same then I'd be happy but they often refer to working range for quick identification, hence my concern!
 
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