Question about 1992 Buick Roadmaster
Just had the oil sending replaced for $95.00 they said it was leaking oil no more problem
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
Turn ur igniction on and press on the breaks 3 times and it should restart ur oil light hope this helps
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
First check your oil level if it is full take the oil sending unit out and install a pressure gauge to check you oil pressure.Compare your readings to the correct specs for that vehicle.If the pressure is good and the plug that connects to the sending unit has one wire only,do as follows.Take the plug loose from the sending unit,turn the key on and take a paper clip or other item and ground the wire to a good engine ground.If the light illuminates while it is grounded,the circuit and the light itself are good.Do not do this test if there is more than one wire going to the plug!!!I You could just replace the sending unit if you dont wont to test everything..The sending unit is cheap...Good Luck...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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