Question about Nissan Pickup
first check the sender wire to make sure its fastened securely, its probably close to the oil filter, maybe its shorting somehow but most likely its time to change the oil, and oil filter hopefully is clogged. If it still does it after you check those then it could be sludge has built up in the oil pump inlet screen and its not getting pressure the way it should, I wouldnt drive it much untill you either get a a mechanic to look at it, or you pull the oil pan and take a look at the oil filter inlet yourself.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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