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Case 40xt, engine wont start, oil light came on, checked the level and topped it up, but now it wont start!

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2006 Tucson oil light came on. Plenty of oil in it. Next day it lost power 25mph tops. Got towed home now engine turns over but will not start and engine management light now on also


since u have checked the oil and the level s ok that's good rules out oil leakage. but I have to ask are you up to date on your scheduled oil change service, cos if u re not , you could have oil up to the level but old enough to loose viscosity. another issue could be a faulty oil pressure sensor n in some extreme case a faulty oil pump. look into those.

Nov 25, 2016 | 2006 Hyundai Tucson

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This is the "Low Oil Pressure Warning" light. It is RED for a reason! When this light (or any RED warning light for that matter) comes on, pull over and shut the engine OFF at once. Allowing the engine to run with insufficient oil pressure can cause a catastrophic failure in mere seconds. Such a failure can cost thousands of dollars to repair.
This warning is most often the result of a very low oil level as indicated when checking on the oil dipstick. The engine oil level should be maintained as close to the "full" mark as possible - without exceeding it. Oil should never be allowed to drop below the "low" mark on the dipstick. If the oil level is shown to be between full and low, the light is probably coming on as a result of a faulty oil pump (the oil level should be checked with the vehicle parked on level ground, with the engine OFF). A faulty oil pump is unable to pump the oil with enough pressure to reach all the moving parts of the engine that require lubrication. Without proper lubrication, connected moving parts heat up, expand and seize. Moving parts are expected to move - not be prevented from moving.
If your engine shut down, it may be the result of some of the internal parts seizing. Hopefully, this is not the case. Check the oil level and top off as needed to bring the level up and attempt to start the engine and have the vehicle checked by a trusted mechanic.
Good luck!

May 17, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Engine warning light on dash


Possible that the oil pressure is low , the oil level is low or the oil pressure switch has failed.
Check level of oil, check for pressure of the oil to the sensor -swap and test and finally check for error codes to confirm the case.

Dec 05, 2011 | Peugeot 405 Cars & Trucks

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Oil light is on


check oil level on dipstick under hood with engine off. oil level will show on dipstick when removed.add oil as needed,DO NOT OVERFILL 1/4 inch low can be 1/4 quart low on oil. add oil as needed oil light comes on when low on oil,,,,,,worst case is no oil pressure,,,if oil is full,,DO NOT START AS YOU MAY HAVE A BAD OIL PUMP in which case if you run engine,,it blows.. if you have a oil light,check oil 1st,than if it's full,check oil sending unit,if good then move on to oil pump,,,,thank you for choosing fixya.comk

Sep 17, 2011 | 1999 Toyota RAV4

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I was driving my 1996 monte carlo and the red oil light came on. it sputterd for a min then stalled and wont stay runnin for more then 2 to 3 sec, do you think its the oil pump?


check the oil level, then the oil filter and change the oil. if light is still on replace the oil pump. also check the old engine oil for small pieces of metal in case the engine spun a bearing if you see and dont start the engine for risk of further damage.

Apr 01, 2011 | 1996 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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What does it mean when the oil can light is red.. And also does this light glow yellow


Worst case: low oil pressure or you are very low on oil. It's also possible the oil pressure sensor is bad. Best case: it's time for an oil change. I can't tell you any more than that because you didn't state your model, and I'm not familiar with VW's indicator conventions. Do you have the owner's manual? It should provide you with more specific information.

In any case, check your oil immediately.

Mar 08, 2011 | Volkswagen Golf Cars & Trucks

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Oil light on


Providing the engine is not seized

It may be the oil level SENDER is part of a low oil shut off circuit to prevent the engine from starting when there is low or no oil in the case.

However if it goes bad and there is enough oil in the case the oil level sender may be bad.

Apr 02, 2010 | 2005 Suzuki Boulevard C50

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Oil level low light comes on. When I turn


some cars with oil level warning light on, it doesn't mean that its only reading the engine oil level is low, sometime the transmission fuid too. Did you check your transmission fluid if it is ok or not? try to check and let us know, ok.

Mar 14, 2010 | 1999 Buick Century

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The oil light wont go off althow i have topped up the oil - Aprilia 250 4st


this light is for low pressure not oil level, have the pressure tested and if it is ok, if it is replace the low pressure light sending unit on the engine case.

Oct 30, 2009 | 2005 Aprilia Leonardo 125

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VW Golf 4 GTI, Oil pressure and vehicle wont start.


If your oil pressure light comes on
Don't ignore it. An oil pressure warning light (or low gauge reading) means one of two things: either your engine has dangerously low oil pressure (for a variety of reasons which we'll get to in a minute), or the oil pressure sending unit that triggers the warning light (or operates your gauge) has failed.
The question here is whether you have a serious problem or a minor one.
First, do not keep driving if the oil warning light is on or your oil pressure gauge has dropped. Stop the engine, let it sit for a few minutes, then check the oil level.
Is the level low? If the oil level is down more than two quarts or no oil is showing on the dipstick, adding oil to bring the level back up to the full mark may be all that's necessary to make the light go out. Just keep your fingers crossed that you haven't damaged the engine from running it too low on oil. If you hear rapping or knocking noises the engine starts, you're too late. The damage is done and now you're stuck with the consequences.
Note: On some late model vehicles, the warning light will come on (or a message will appear) if a sensor in the oil pan detects a low oil level. The light is supposed to come on before the level gets low enough to cause any damage.
If your oil level was low, it means your engine is either leaking oil or burning it. Leaks can be fixed by finding and replacing leaky gaskets and seals. Sometimes the oil filter will leak if it isn't installed or tightened properly. But an oil burning problem means the valve guides, rings and/or cylinders are worn or damaged and more costly repairs are needed.
If the dipstick shows a full oil level, then low oil obviously isn't your problem. The oil pressure may be low because of a worn or broken oil pump, a plugged oil pickup screen in the engine's crankcase, possibly a plugged oil filter or excessive bearing wear. Or, the oil pressure may be fine but the oil pressure sending unit has failed. Further diagnosis will be required to determine what's wrong.
Should you attempt to drive your vehicle home or to a service facility?
It's risky. If the problem came on suddenly, your engine does not have a lot of miles on it (less than 60,000) and you noticed no unusual noises (no valvetrain clattering or engine knocking), there's a good chance that all that's wrong is the sending unit. But, there's no way to know for sure without actually checking the engine's oil pressure with a gauge, or replacing the sending unit to see if a new unit makes the light go out. If the problem is only the sending unit, your engine still has oil pressure and you can continue to drive it until the sending unit can be replaced. But, if you're wrong you risk ruining your engine.
If you think you might have a low oil pressure or oil delivery problem because of a bad oil pump or one of the other problems we mentioned, do not drive your vehicle. Doing so only increases the probability of further engine damage. Have the vehicle towed to a service facility for repairs.

Aug 22, 2009 | 2000 Volkswagen GTI

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