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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: just changed oil in kia
DANGER....this is telling you there is NOT enough oil pressure. The clatter you hear means inadequate oil is reaching the cams or lifters.
Can you confirm you have used the correct grade & viscosity of oil? Is oil leaking?
Please re-check the oil level again - allow vehicle to sit for 5mins, then check oil level on the ENGINE dipstick. If dipstick level is up to the full mark, then assume you have enough oil and let the engine idle for 5mins.
If the clatter remains, then suspect a problem with the oil pump, or oil filter causing a blockage.
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Posted on May 13, 2011
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