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Oil light blinks when your car warms up noisy lifters or if you have a oil gage it will be low when idling

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My daughter has 99 Buick lesabre how do you know if the oil pump is bad


Oil pressure test , remove the oil pressure sender an screw in a mechanical pressure gauge an test the actual pressure . Is the engine making any noise ? knocking , rattling etc... Oil light on ?

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I just want to know what could be causing my oil light to come on when my oil is full


Could be problems:
1. oil pump failure 2. bad oil pressure sensor 3. leaking 4. bearings wore out inside engine cause oil pressure drop

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Oil pressure at zero


its possible that the oil gauge go to bad, the oil pressure sending unit may have gone bad, the oil pump may have quit. I suggest you find the oil pressure line coming off engine, put another oil pressure gauge on it and then just crank the engien to see if you get any oil pressure whatsoever.


If you don't, then I would check the oil pressure sending unit next before I tore the oil pan off to examine the oil pump itself. Whatever you do, do not run the engine with zero oil pressure otherwise you will seize up the engine and that will cost big bucks to repair.

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Oil level is full but the oil light stays on,rev up the rpm and it goes out but it seems to need more and more rpm to go out.Any sugestions would be awesome.Thanks


Generally the oil light indicates oil pressure is low and not the oil level, but not always. My car does say the oil is low. If you know it is a low level indication then this suggests a bad sensor. If it is the pressure than it is either the oil pump or the oil pressure sensor. If the oil pressure sensor is bad there is usually oil leaking around the sensor where the wire is attached. The sensor is somewhere on the side of the engine block. You may have to get underneath the car to find it.

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I keep losing oil pressure in my 2004 f150 with a 4.6 litre. I have changed the filter and oil. What is the chance that the oil pump is bad? If so is it located inside the oil pan? Can I change the pump...


Ok 3 questions to answer:

1 yes the pump could be bad, but it is not likely.
2 yes it is in the oil pan.
3 yes you can change it without pulling the engine, though it is not easy.

Most common problem for your oil pressure reading to be going away, is the oil pressure sending unit(sensor) it is located next to the oil filter, check and replace if neccessary this sensor first and see if your oil pressure returns to normal. If not then you may have a pump problem. Hope this helps, let me know.

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No vivible external oil leaks. I just need to know


It is inside the motor. So its twice as bad as your fuel pump. Have fun.

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1993 pon sunbrid


it is either the oil sending unit or the oil pump remove oil sending unit from the side of the block and do a manual pressure check should read atleast 30 psi if not the oil pump is bad if it does then sending unit is bad

Aug 20, 2009 | 1999 Plymouth Neon

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Engine noise


Well, if the low-oil-pressure warning light is on, and the engine is knocking, and there is plenty oil in the crankcase, then the oil pump must not be circulating oil thru the engine. So, I agree -- I think your oil pump is bad.

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2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee v6 low oil pressure at idle


have a 2000 jeep grand cherokee with 84,000 miles. started having issues with oil pressure gauge going crazy up and down, beeping. had oil pump replaced per mechanics recommendation. didn't help won't hold pressure---only registers about 2. now they tell me i need a new motor!!! just bought vehicle less than 1 yr ago...had carfax clean report!!!!any suggestions?

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No oil presure


If its an internal oil pump the cam will run it. Are you sure its the pump or is it the sending unit, is the engine making noise like there is no oil pressure, like lifter noise, rocker noise, knocking? Pumps do go bad, they have gears in them, a gear could have worn down or broke, or maybe a seal blew out, and it won't hold pressure. whatever, if its bad it will have to be chg.

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