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2014 6.2 oil sending unit location

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I looked at removing mine but could not see how it could come out without removing the inlet manifold due to clearance underneath for tool or pulling filter out.

Anyone got actual photos of removal process?

2014, 5.3, 4x4, work truck

It's actually the simplest location GM designed of previous years. However it's not the best location I might add. The air intake and the throttle body will need to be removed. Then take a modified Allen head wrench that had been cut down to allow clearance to remove bolt. The filter can be taken out with a pick tool. The only issue we encountered was the factory filter was slightly designed different than the one supplied by doorman. We are going today to the dealer to see what they have before going back with the filter. This is being performed on a 14 5.3... After this install we will be changing on my 14 6.2. I'll take more pics on it.

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