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Ranger1223 wrote:I have a question that has sparked tension and attitude. My 2004 silverado SS 6.0L lost oil pressure had 3 oil pumps installed one by myself not believing the dealer mec"s and nothing.. Please any suggestions, I get 18 pis at best. sending unit seems fine and i have knocking sound of no pressure. is this what u have.
by ASTE25 » Nov 18 2011, 7:17am
My name is Max and I am new to this forum. Anyhow I have a situation and need some help.
I have a 04 2500HD and noticed the other morning as I was leaving to work that my oil pressure needle was at zero and the readout said low oil pressure. Prior to noticing, I let the truck warm up for a few, went in the house for a bit, jumped in and took off. Got about two houses down the street and that's when I noticed the needle. I quickly shut the motor off, turned the key back on but did not start the motor just to see of the needle would jump, but no. I checked the oil level and it was fine so I tried to start the motor again - the needle was still at zero then it jumped up suddenly to normal presure. I drove to the end of the block turned around and parked it back in my driveway. Shut the motor off, let it set a bit then fired it up again and it did the same thing. The next day I changed the oil and it still did the same thing. Could it be a bad sending unit or is it the pump?
Any help would be greatly apriciated.
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