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My velocity golf engine does not start after the oil sensor had shown up and heated a little bit

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There are two pressure switches. One for oil pressure and one for a dirty oil filter. Are you sure you've changed the right switch. If car drives for 30 mls it doesn't sound like you need an engine. The spluttering is likely to be completely unrelated to the oil warning I suspect.

Cheers John

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This sounds like you may be having the start of a plugging radiator. Run the engine and make sure the fan comes on and then get back to me.

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Gauges say no pressure in engine 1995 vw golf


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