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Hi my nissan navara has no oil reaching the top end there is no noise upon startup but i am told if i rev the engine there will be noise due to lack of oil at top end,is do you think this is still the sender or somthing else?thanx

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By what you have explained I have understood that you could not see any oil at the point of topping up with oil and you do not hear any noise when you revs. If that is correct then there is nothing to worry here and it is quite normal not to see any oil floating around, instead there is a dipstick that tells if there is enough oil or not. I hope I have understood your question here.

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