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Icon5 Where is the Oil Pressure Switch ?

Can anyone tell me where to locate on the engine block the Oil Pressure Switch?
My vehicle is a 2000 Ford Ranger 6cyl. 4.0
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Driver side of the engine block toward the front below the A/C compressor. The electrical conector has a single green/white wire.
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Thank you Bob
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