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SOURCE: My 05 pathfinder will start losing oil pressure

the pickup tube in the bottom of the pan may be plugged up.
Is the inside of the engine slugged up?
is the oil clean?
if it is dirty inside the engine, you can add a quart of auto trans fluid to the engine oil. it has a lot of detergants and can sometimes break up some sludge related blockages.
It is best to change the oil in a couple of days after adding the ATF
Another thing i have done to try clearing any blockage to the pickup tube, is to remove the oil filter and with an air hose and nozzle, blow into the oil ports and listen for bubles in the oil pan.
Just some ideas.

Posted on Mar 10, 2010

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the pickup tube in the bottom of the pan may be plugged up.
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