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If you neglect to change the oil in your car, or the oil level drops due to a leak in your engine, you will begin to experience the symptoms of a car low on oil.

Posted on Feb 07, 2012

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SOURCE: oil pressure gage is dropping when engine get on 95 yj 2.5

this is normal as the oil thins out when it gets hot.provided its not dropping below about 2bar or 28psi when on tick over.then you could be in trouble

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When at a stop oil gage drops to zero and says check gages


Either your oil pump pick up screen is clogged or the oil pump is going out or there is excessive wear on the main bearings. Most likely the screen.
You need to drop the oil pan to access the screen and pump.

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Oil pressure drop when driving up hill got to the top of the hill pull over check the oil there was plenty of oil


at this point u need to have the oil pressure verified with a mechanical test gage, u may just have a defective gage sending unit.

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Oil pressure gage is dropping when engine get on 95 yj 2.5


this is normal as the oil thins out when it gets hot.provided its not dropping below about 2bar or 28psi when on tick over.then you could be in trouble

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Oil gage drops to 0


You may have a bad oil pressure sending unit. The kit they are talking about, I believe is a rebuild kit, not the entire pump. Usally the kit consists of a couple rotors and seals. You would take the old parts out the oil pump housing, and install the new ones. But you want to make sure that all the clearances are within specs. I'd try the sending unit first.

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After oil change, pressure gage drops to zero and check gages light comes on after running for five minutes. oil is still full though.


Remove, check and replace the Oil Pressure Sensor. It should be located adjacent to the Oil Filter.

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My oil gage drops to 0 and then back up to 40 when i am on a incline after the car has come to a complete stop or when i am making a turn when it drops to 0 the checks gages light come on and then right...


first thing, have you check the oil level, maybe its low?
if the oil level is ok, when was the last time the oil was changed. could be the oil is too old. last thing, possible low oil pressure due to an internal engine problem. (bearing wear)

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My oil gage drops from normal to 0 and then bounces back.


you need to replace your sending unit first. its usually $5 or so dollars. If you still have the problem after you fix that. you may have a more serious problem.

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1989 Ford Mustang GT Drop in Oil Pressure gage


I hate be the bearer of bad news but it sounds like you bottom end bearings are getting worn out. You have excessive bearing clearances causing your drop in oil pressure.

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