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The local high school auto shop recently replaced the radiator in my 2006 Yukon and did not connect the oil lines correctly. The oil leaked out and the engine stopped.

Will the low oil pressure sensor stop the engine before it seizes up?

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A lot depends on how long the engine ran without oil. If the starter will still crank it, you might be lucky. If the engine has a lot of miles on it, it might be best to overhaul it, since rings and crankshaft bearings suffer the most .

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