Question about Cars & Trucks
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First check the oil level if you have not already. If the oil has gone a long time without changing, do that and the oil filter, as the oil may be carrying a load of fuel dissolved, thinning it out.
If the light blinks while idling, there is not much worry as long as it reliably goes out as soon as revs rise.
If not, the oil pressure sender may be faulty, or the over-pressure valve in the oil pump may be stuck, so have the oil pressure checked by a mechanic.
If normal, replace the sender. If not, the oil pump and the bottom-end bearings will need to be investigated for wear. This can be done without removing the engine in most cars.
Posted on Dec 31, 2013
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