Question about 1996 Chrysler Cirrus
This is a V6 Cirrus 1996, oil sensor has been replaced, oil pressure has been checked and seem to be at fatory requirement. Also it only after engine has reached running temp.
Make sure that the oil pressure switch is definitely the right one for your engine. also that the oil is a good quality oil.as the engine gets hotter the oil gets thinner, weaker and sounds like it is not strong eneough to keep the light out. hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
I had the same problem...my 96 had a bad carbon build up in the metal tube to the right of the intake manifold...what i did was took it off and soaked the tube in gas for 1/2 hour the blew it out with compressed air....while your at it you should clean that port on the intake where that metal tube was.....once all carbon chipped away, it is very important that you vacume the inside of the manifold....how you do that take the air intake off and stick your shop vac on that port where the tube was, then open your carb by hand and that should clean it right out!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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