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Oil pressure, oil level, or your sensor is messed up. Run some engine cleaner through and then change the oil. It could have some sludge making the sensor read wrong.
Posted on Dec 24, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the oil pump on any car is rarely the cause of low oil pressure. if you remove the oil pressure sending unit and install an oil pressure gauge,even the type you can buy as an add on,and the reading you get is low.the problem is genrally worn out main crankshaft bearings.to avoid unneseary replacement of these,you should buy some plasti-gauge from an auto part store remove the bearing caps one at a time and measure the clearance this way.there is a risk here because the smallest grain off dirt that getts into the bearing, crankshft will ruin the bearing when you restart it.if these are worn out you probabably shoul consider replacing the engine because the other bearings are probably also worn out by this time.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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