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Chrysler Neon with some oil leak

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I own a 2002 Chrysler Neon 2.0 L4, I have detected engine oil leakage at three points that I'd like to fix:
(1) Oil pressure sensor.
(2) Oil filter.
(3) Oil pan purge screw.

For the (1), do I need to replace the pressure sensor or only some gasket or O-ring?
What for the other two.. do I need some O-ring or gasket? Do you know which one are they?
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Pressure sensor will need to be replaced; there is no oring on it, its only pipe thread with sealant. What usually happens is oil actually leaks from the sensor itself; or thru the plug, make sure you get an original Dodge sensor, not aftermarket, as those are not calibrated correctly.

As for the oil filter; just replace it with a new one, it will come with the O-ring.

There is a rubber O=ring on the drain plug. Like the filter, I would suggest a new drain plug with new o-ring.
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As for the oil filter; just replace it with a new one, it will come with the O-ring
Oil filter is not very old, and then, what is this part intended for?
https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo...32877&jsn=2543
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See item 15 below. Looks like it's the o-ring seal for the oil filter adapter to the engine block.

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That number 15 part is the "Oil Filter Adapter O-Ring", surely that is what I need, I am having troubles to find it for buying at a quick search. Do you know if it is the same Viton O-ring that I already bought and already have for this other issue?: https://www.dodgeintrepid.net/18-gene...-oil-leak.html
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Can't help you beyond what I showed above for the part you asked about. I think the site I got that picture from was Moparpartsgiant.com I don't remember.

Whether it's available or not from Dealers I don't know either.
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