Question about 2007 Dodge Caliber SRT4 Hatchback
He changed sensors,oil changed,and also flushed engine everything is fine but two lights are still on and oil light flashes and beeps can you help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no that is a warning of low oil or low preasure the oil filter can be the problem some of those places use a very cheap filter and some even use very cheap oil that thins badly when hot check your oil level then have the oil changed using oil from a bottle not the usual bulk and take a good filter with you i.e. fram wix purolator...
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
you might try and change the pcv valve, my car hand a similar problem in the summer and i never changed it. the pressure blew my cam seal and i was leaking oil like crazy. i dont know if it will fix it but they are cheap. i would give it a try.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: ENGINE OIL IN COOLANT SYSTEM
Hi. the head gaskets on this engine should be replaced asap. they are worn and cracked. this will permit the mixture you have stated in your post.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
This can be a few different things. I'll give you a couple. First, do you have an oil pressure gauge? If you do, watch it very closely. Specifically while accelerating, braking, and making turns... so, pretty much, all the time except when cruising. If you don't have one, you'll just have to watch the light. More than likely you are losing oil pressure and it has nothing to do with oil level. If it comes on more when the car is idling, but tends to go off when it's revved up, the oil pump may be going out or may be leaking. It could be that it's pickup line is getting clogged, but don't count on it. It could also be a clogged oil filter, but again, not likely. Change your oil AND filter first and foremost, even if you've done it recently. Then watch the light while the car is idling and while revving it SLIGHTLY. BE CAREFUL!!! If you're temperature gauge starts going up or your check engine light comes on, shut it OFF. Lack of oil pressure leads to blown engines. You don't want to spend 3-5K on a new one. Get the thing checked out. One more thing. When you get your oil changed, ask the mechanic to reset your car's oil change computer. Many newer cars will show an oil light when it's time to change the oil. If it's not reset, it won't know it was changed and will stay on. I hope this is your problem. Good luck with everything.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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