Question about 2004 Honda Pilot
On the way home from store, I noticed that the red oil pressure light was flashing so I parked car and check oil level which was good. Turn engine back on (noticing a strange click sound) - oil light flashed again turned off engine & looked for leaks and checked for burn smell- none existed. Verified oil level once more and when to turn engine back on when clicking sound got louder and no real power to start car and more warning lights. If this would have happen without oil light while driving coming on - I would simply conclude I have a bad battery. Has anyone experienced this with a bad battery or does this mean that the computer got fried? Suggestions prior to me going to dealer?
Sounds like possiblity of the oil pump being bad, and is setting off other sensors on your car.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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