On 2005-12-08 13:15, Mr Joe wrote:
1) Verify the oil pressure with a mechanical gauge. If the oil pressure is normal replace the sending unit.
2) If the oil pressure is low, drop the pan and inspect the main/rod bearings. This a$$umes the proper oil and level are correct.
3) If the main/rod bearings look worn, replace them and polish the crank journals as needed.
4) If the mains look good, replace the oil pump.
Dont trust gauges with electrical senders, most arnt accurate.. Even that aftermarket electronic gauges arnt, even though they say they are..
Only real way to know is to hook a mechanical gauge to it..
Man, Please hook me up to a link for that gauge! Was it hard to install? Need a seperate pod? All info I need. Please PM me. Thanks and MERRY CHRISTMAS :bigthumb:On 2005-12-13 06:59, chizzle1 wrote:
:withstupid: That's why I bought a mechanical tranny temp gage.