where is oil sender located and how to test it?
I have a 1984 Chevrolet C10, 6 cyl. – I had some connection issues prior, where I had to wiggle the positive cable to the battery,and would start. Then it quit on me while driving somewhere, I thought maybe it was out of fuel, because the gauges aren’t messed up, but has a full tank. When I pulled off the freeway, I tried starting it again, it turned over fine, but then had the no good connection problem again, and no amount of moving the battery cables worked. I did not smell a high odor of fuel or see anything dripping from the engine underside that might tell me that the fuel pump failed. It also has an HEI (high output?) distributor cap if that makes any difference. I cleaned the ground cable to the engine and where it contacts to the engine, but no luck. I’m sorry to say I don’t know the engine size, my other half got it a couple months ago. This is my only transportation, I’m not a mechanic or electrical expert, and don’t have the money to hire somebody.