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Hi! I doubt that theres a switch available to disable the motor when low oil pressure is detected. The cure will be a motor replacement thats for sure. I strongly suggest that you get one from the junkyard to cut the cost. It's a wear and tear thing and I doubt that they will give warranty on this not unless that the motor will be replaced by the dealership itself. Hope this shed some light.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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