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It is factory preset to stop at 50psi but is adjustable. Do you have a pressure tank in line and close to the pressure switch to assist in pressure stabilization?

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

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Loss oil preasure in my 351 L


Sure sounds like stopped up return passageways, common in old engines. Or a failing oil pump, not common. Are you sure about this low mileage? Pull a valve cover and check for sludge.

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Stop Engine, Low Oil Pressure message comes across message center when vehicle stops at a red light or stop sign for 30 secs or more


If you rev the engine does it go away? What is probably happening is that you have damaged or worn engine bearings. These bearings are designed so that there is a gap(clearance) between the crankshft and the bearing. This gives a space for the oil to pass through. If the clearance is too big the oil will pass through too quickly and the oilpump will not be able to build up pressure, even though the volume of oil pumped is sufficient.
When the oil is cold it is thick and the sensor sees the pressure as normal. As the engine oil heats up it gets thinner and that causes the pressure to drop. Also the lower the RPM the lower the pressure. I would suggest you get the oil pressure tested at a service centre ASAP. Also have them test the sensor although sensor failure is rare. Low oil pressure will not just go away and causes more damage the more you drive increasing your repair bill considerably.
I'd say you are already in for a cranshaft regrind and oversize bearings. Perhaps (if you're lucky) only just an oil pump although this is unlikely as bearings tend to fail before an oil pump does. I'd replace both at the same time since the engine has to come out for both these repairs. The cost of having the engine out a 2nd time far outweighs the saving on spares when doing both the first time.

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Will a low oil level warning cause the engine to quit on a 1995 chevy caprice


It could, once the engine is running it then keeps the fuelpump running with the oil preasure switch and if the oil preasure drops it can stop the pump,but should start back up unless theres a bad fuelpump relay,

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Engine cranks well, starts momentarily when startin fluid is sprayed, then stops. driving when stuh down like turning off ignition


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No this is normal. As an engine wears then oil preasure will be less this is not due to a weak oil pump but wear in crank shaft bearing's. When an engine is new and bearings are tight then oil preasure wont fall a lot from reved up to idle as the engine wear's oil escapes quicker from the crank shaft bearings. Reved up oil preasure increases idle it drops off. If the oil light stays out then their is enough preasure to lubricate the engine. In fact in an older engine high oil preasure is a worse complaint as this means the oil system is clogging. All is ok with your pump. If the oil preasure is moving up and down at constant rev.'s then the oil pump is faulty. Hope this put's your mind to rest.

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this can happen after inactivity. the circulation pump seal sticks and wont turn . when the dishwasher starts to fill the circulation pump is pulsed on to see if the preasure switch switches over (to see if water is getting into the dishwasher) if the pump does not turn there is no preasure and the machine stops thinking no water has entered. turn pump by hand to cure.

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