Question about 2002 Saturn VUE
I am having the same issues with my 2000 L-Series...Everything Guest says holds true for my car. I haven't found a mechanic yet who can get past telling me I didn't put the right filter in or had it seated correctly. So, suppose we are doing that right, using the right filter and good oil, seating it correctly ect... What else might cause this problem. I'm going to assume the Vue owner has the 2.2L EcoTec engine, same as I do. Now, I was told that it's not possible for the oil pressure regulator to cause this problem. Is this true?
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
You are probably buying cheap filters. Fram is not your friend. Get something of good quality. It's also possible you're not seating the filter correctly during installation and it's collapsing from improper flow.
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