Question about Volkswagen Touareg
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fault code 0562.oil level sensor
You have two sensors that could cause the light to go on. The oil pressure sensor and oil level sensor. Both are easily replaced by someone relatively OK with cars (DIY). You would want to spend the $100 or so and have the dealership do a full diognostic to verify if its truly the sensor and which one. In my case, same problem, and it has been verified that it was the oil level sensor.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
The oil pump is relatively easy to change with the engine in situ if it is (commonly) at fault,
Get an oil pressure gauge with a pipe and brass fitting ready on, (borrow or buy cheap from boy racer shop), unscrew the sensor (or ask the garage to for a £5) and plug it directly into the sensor hole after you've been for a run.. When warm, mine sits about 40 at motorway speeds, ten at tickover.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: oil min. warning comes on,
this is just a thought , but i would first replace oil pressure switch as this is cheap start to solving your problem , i wonder if you have caused air leak when chnageing oil sensor in sump by not sealing sump correctly ,? the other thing may be you oil pump is worn causing incorrect oil pressure , which may be reason for your oil problems in the beginning , hope this helps , i know what its like when you run out of idea's good luck .
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
Have you checked your thermostat. Some cars do not have gauges for all componants of the car located on the dash board. A bad thermostat could drive the oil pressure gauge up, if there is not a coolant level gauge on the dash board.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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