Mopar OEM Oil Pressure Switch/Sensor Neon/Eclipse/SRT-4/PT

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Model Number: 221179

  • Does your oil light on your dash bing every time you stop or take off?
  • Do you have oil leaking from the backside of your block from the oil pressure switch?
  • Or do you have a check engine code of P0522 for faulty oil pressure switch?
  • If so, its time to replace your oil pressure switch. Do it right and get a genuine NEW, MOPAR oil pressure switch. Dont waste your time with an aftermarket sensor that wont work as well, or will fail prematurely.

    This will work on the following vehicles:

    • 1996-2005 Neon
    • 1995-1999 Mitsubishi Eclipse NA
    • 2003-2005 Neon SRT-4
    • 2001-2010 PT Cruiser

    This will work on a '95 to early 96' Neon if you change out your connector to the flat pin style.


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    • Dylan
      What is the correct socket size for this sensor? I read online somewhere it was 11/16 but I have that size and it is NOT the correct size. It is much bigger. It's a little smaller than 1 and 1/16 inch so I think it's either 23mm or 24mm. If someone can clarify the correct size for me that would be awesome. Thanks in advance
      1 Answer
      • customer service rep

        Its 1 1/16, however it has to be a deep socket. Its a special socket, your local auto parts store should sell it.
    • Mo
      I usually have the oil light come on after about 25 mins of driving comes on and goes off in about 1 second and doesn't come back on could that be the sensor issue? Thanks
      1 Answer
      • Customer Service Rep

        Yes, that's exactly what happens when your oil pressure sensor has gone bad. Replace your sensor asap.
    • Bryant Bravo
      Can a bad oil pressure sensor cause a no start/no spark issue
      1 Answer
      • Customer Service Rep

        No. Generally a bad oil pressure switch will just cause an annoying oil level low light to chime on the dash. If you car is not starting it may be a fuel pump/starter issue and you may want to check those out.
    • joseph licon
      The plastic tap on the connector is broken can that cause an oil leak??
      1 Answer
      • Customer Service Rep

        If you have an oil leak, its because the switch/sensor has failed and needs to be replaced.