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No oil pressure

The oil is leaking out the sending unit,not a tight fit on the oil filter housing.no pressure on the gauge

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  • tomffee03 Sep 20, 2008

    thanks alot for the advice,i found the sender had broken inside the oil filter housing.

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REPLACE YOUR SENDER, . REPLACE FILTER , YOU MAY HAVE CROSS THREADED, DID YOU OIL PAINT THE GASKET.? CHECK THE FILTER HUB FOR DIRT, GRAVEL, OLD RUBBER, ???????

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