The oil pressure gauge seems to be bouncing around a little erratically on my car (see attached videos), so I'm suspicious that the sending unit is either bad, or that the connector needs to be cleaned with contact terminal cleaner. My 3 questions, for those of you that have replaced the sensor are: 1- How does the electrical connector jack come off of the sending unit? It's too hard to see it clearly, so I have to do it by feel. I don't have the dexterity to mess with it either because it's tight in there. I ordered a topside creeper, so I can hover over it and reach down (I didn't use it yet). I'm hoping that it makes it more comfortable for me to work. Is there a push button? or a lock that I have to pull out? What do I need to do to release the clip? 2- The shop manual shows to remove the whole intake manifold in order to access it!!! That seems ridiculous considering that I can clearly see the sensor using my phone camera. I'm assuming that once I lie on the topside creeper, I should be able to reach straight down, and access it without a problem using an assortment of extensions, sockets, etc. Has anyone removed it easily themselves? Did you actually have to remove the intake manifold? 3- Do I have to wait for the next oil change to take care of it? I don't have the dexterity while in there to plug the hole and swap sensors quickly so I can avoid oil spillage. Will a lot of oil come out if I take my time swapping sensors? Any help would be appreciated from anyone who has done this repair. I will first try to clean the connector with hopes that it will fix the issue. I'll report back as I figure more out. I had to replace the sensor on my 360 because the gauge was acting exactly the same. It was rock steady and smooth after I replaced it.