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Is The Oil Pressure Switch Easy To Replace On A Fiesta Zetec

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#1 fiestaowner9910099



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Posted 19 March 2012 - 07:59 PM

Hi, I put a question on here a while ago & someone very kindly answered my query by telling me that perhaps I should replace the Oil Pressure Switch on my partners Ford Fiesta Zetec ...
His answer & understanding of the problem looks good to me!

Question then, Is this an easy job on a 2003 (53 plate) Ford Fiesta Zetec, or would it be advisable to put it into a Dealer or Garage?

Thanks in advance for help...

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#2 stef123


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Posted 19 March 2012 - 11:10 PM

If you know where it is, its just a case of disconnecting the plug and unscrewing it. screw the new one in and connect the plug back up.

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Posted 20 March 2012 - 04:27 PM

It is probably going to be a right mare to get at and you may not even be able to see it from underneath. I took our SportKA in to get it replaced as I couldnt be bothered to spend any more time on the car and apparently the garage had to remove the starter motor to get to it.

It cost me £70 to get it done by a reputable garage.

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