Question about 1993 Plymouth Laser
I am sorry, but it sounds like your oil pump has gone out or is going out. I am sure that you have checked the oil and added it until it is full. If you would like to try to save the engine, you will need to take off the oil pan and change out the oil pump.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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