Question about 2001 GMC Yukon
MY OIL PRESSURE KEEP DROPPIN TO 0 WHEN IT IDELS BU TWHEN YOU HIT THE GAS IT IS FINE Y WOULD IT BE DOING THIS? WHAT PART DO I NEED TO REPLACE?
I would start by replacing the oil pressure sensor. If that doesn't fix the problem, replace the oil pump. Its possible that the oil ports are partially clogged. If replacing sensor and pump do not fix the problem, you may want to try to flush the engine with an approved cleaner
Posted on May 18, 2009
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