Having problems with your 1999 Plymouth Voyager ?

I have a '99 Voyager and the oil pressure sensor stays on and beeps at me while I am driving. It has plenty of oil. The oil was just changed 2 days ago and the oil pressure switch was changed 2 months ago. Whats next? Oil pump?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 26-10-2020

Answers :

Maybe not, The Oil screen could be clogged up. You will have to drop the oil pan and it should be at the bottom of the engine. Does it seem to get better or worse when cold or hot??
The first thing to do, is take it back to your mechanic
\015\012and have them hook up a mechanical oil pressure
\015\012gauge. To find out the actual oil pressure,before any
\015\012serious damage results. As for the oil pressure sending unit, it's not that strange to get a bad one out
\015\012of the box. But lets eliminate the obvious first and have the gauge check done. Hope this helps.
\015\012Good luck.
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