Oil Level Sensor - horizontal mount in oil pan

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I am working on a BJ40 build and obtained an oil pan as part of a turbo conversion (one of Keith42's). I needed an oil pan anyway so this was a good find. I am also eliminating the EDIC system for fuel shutoff so I would like to build a warning system for low oil level. This pan came with a horizontally mounted oil level sensor, but non-functional. I can't really identify it for a plug in replacement. Looking for suggestions for a replacement. - assuming that I will need to redo/weld in a new bung. Attaching photos of the current oil level sensor and the oil pan bung from outside and inside the pan.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Oil Sensor


Oil pan bung 1


Oil Pan bung inside
 
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Thats a standard oil level sensor Toyota used on diesels from the late 80s. I dont know what its from, but this is a 3B Dyna truck oil level sensor from 1995

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I second the above. I priced out one of these oil level senders and they are not cheap. You could even just put a red LED somewhere on your dash and hook it to the oil pressure sensor the EDIC used. If you can find the sender, you could wire both to one warning light/buzzer too.
 

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