Question about RVs
I ryead it could be a bad oil switch but I can not see any, read you could disconect it and just leave it unplugged cause onan said they caused alot of problems and I cant find a diagram or wire schematic
The oil level sensor is a vital piece of equipment to save your engine when the oil level is too low
talk with generator repair shops as the sensor is generic and you may be able to get a good unit that fits another brand
you can test by bypassing it
however check the fuel flow through the metal tap as the corrode internally and block the flow of fuel--especially if you use e-mix fuel
the oil switch is screwed into the sump near the dipstick with 2 wires running back to a small box about the size of a match box
Posted on May 10, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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