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Re: Bogus (?) Oil warning
my 86 coupe gt does the same thing, but only stops if i drop below 2k
rpm or push in the clutch. i always check the oil, but it is ok. i
suspect the low pressure oil sensor is the problem (vs the high pressure
oil sensor of which there is one also).
check this out!
On Mon, 4 Dec 1995 email@example.com wrote:
> I'm STUMPED!
> After a hard run, the oil warning light (and don't fergit the buzzer)
> comes on in my '84 4ks at 2050RPM. What the hell?
> No matter what gear I'm in, outside temp, when the car is warm, at
> the approximate RPM, BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!. If I let
> off or speed up, it turns off.
> It has happened with 10W-40, 5W-50, and 10W-30 oils. I always use
> Mobil-1. The Oil pressure does not fluctuate when this is happening,
> so I don't think it's mechanical. It also does not happen if
> the car is in neutral and RPM's are 2050...
> Does anyone have a clue??? Why would the oil pressure sender be wired
> to the tach?
> '84 4ks
> '70 Norton Commando
> '87 Virago