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O3 mazda 6 no oil pressure

Just lost oil pressure

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This could be from oil pump going out, or sensor. Dealer should check this out. Look to see if you have any oil leaks as well.

Posted on Jul 18, 2013

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SOURCE: where is the oil pressure switch on a 2003 mazda 6

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SOURCE: Oil light flickering and knocking noise on 04 Mazda 6

oil pressure senor would be my first guess.if that checks out possible oil pick up blocked
or worst case worn crank bearings but i doubt it at the age of the car
fuel pressure side of it, could be possible fuel pump

Posted on Apr 09, 2013

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