Question about 1999 Plymouth Breeze
Usually comes on when idling but also comes on when car is in motion. Doesn'y stay on all the time.
Yes, oil pressure sensor issue. change it and clear error code. and the oil filter must be change.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
Sounds like this may an issue with the oil pressure sensor.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace oil sending unit (usually somewhere near oil filter) Add a pint of marvel oil to help clean passageways. Make sure wire on sender is not grounding anywhere.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
the thermostates on the 3400 engines are late because the fans kick in at the last moment. if you run your ac on you will notice that the gauge stays in front of the half mark or right on the half mark. that is because when you turn on your ac your fans will kick in earlier and stay on the whole time the ac is on. if you run your car with the heat on or nothing on that leaves the late thermostate to kick in verus you turning on your ac and it by passes the thermostates and runs the fans once the engine gets at at lest 120 deg. i use to have a 2002 and i had the same problem. this will keep your engine cooler. also if you don't want your air on just turn on your windshield defrosters (not the back windshield) and that helps keep your engine cool because your defrosters use your air compressor which is really your ac. so it still kicks the fans on earlier.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
This is probably an oil pressure sensor problem. Randomly going from 0 to over 130 is means the sensor is putting out out of range signals. Mine would even read --- at times. I told the mechanic to not spend any time troubleshooting just change the sensor. $121 including parts, labor and tax. The gage should read about 70 psi plus or minus several psi, and move up a PSI or two as you rev up the engine. It took him about 10 minutes to change it, once he got the part. There would have been a diagnostic charge of about $50, had I not been sure.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
change oil pressure switch it' should be near the oil filter
Posted on Dec 25, 2009
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