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Old 12-30-2009, 06:24 PM
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oil light...

so this morning i got to work and my low oil light came on, no big deal. im a month over due, but 1000 miles shy of 3000. after work, i went to auto zone and got oil. after putting in the car, the light went away til about 5 minutes before i got home and just keep blinking when i was on the gas but was solid when idle. then white smoke was coming out from under my hood.

i got home, left the car on and opened my hood to find the smoke was coming out near the intake manifold. i accidently dripped the most, a cap full of oil so i thought i that was just burning off. my buddy saw that one of my seals was starting to go but i had a very small leak at the time.

so im thinking due to the cold weather, my seal has finally kicked the bucket, but what do you guys think? any reason my oil light would flicker on and off when on the gas but solid when idle? all help is appreicated and thank you in advance.
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Re: oil light...

The oil light doesn't indicate level -- it indicates pressure. The oil pump runs off the engine -- more revs means more pressure. If you starve the sensor, the low pressure light may continue to blink on and off (happened to me under hard cornering during autocrosses occasionally) if if the pressure comes back up. If you're seeing a steady light, or even a flickering light in regular driving, you need to find out why, because you're killing your engine. There may be enough oil in there to keep the engine from seizing, but you're still going to wear bearings out faster, and the engine will run hotter.
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Re: oil light...

my temp gauge was at a perfect tempature, which threw me off on maybe it was overheating. im trying to have my buddy come over and help me look at it, hes good with hondas and with me being a dumby when it comes to cars, i need the help.
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Re: oil light...

definitely check the oil pump!
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my temp gauge was at a perfect tempature, which threw me off on maybe it was overheating. im trying to have my buddy come over and help me look at it, hes good with hondas and with me being a dumby when it comes to cars, i need the help.
The temperature guage isn't sensitive enough to show if the engine's running a little hot -- it takes a pretty big change to move it.
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Re: oil light...

Yes check your seals around the distributor and check your switch is goes bad ,also make sure your pcv isn't clogged this would cause blowby ,and the the engine will start leaking oil from the seals like valve cover ,crankseal , cams ,oil pump timing balancer rear main seal .,,,,, also the oil seal under the throttle body oil cooler, sandwitched together by the block and the oil filter location .
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Re: oil light...

The blinking is your car having an orgasm every time you are on the gas. The solid light at idle is it wanting more.
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Re: oil light...

hate to jack this thread but would to much teflone tape cause the factory unit not to read or have a connection?(the light is on) i havent hooked up my after market gauge yet but i do know oil is moving through the oil cooler and filter relocation system.
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hate to jack this thread but would to much teflone tape cause the factory unit not to read or have a connection?(the light is on) i havent hooked up my after market gauge yet but i do know oil is moving through the oil cooler and filter relocation system.
Could be preventing the sensor from getting a good ground, if it grounds to the block through the housing. Depends on how it's wired.
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Could be preventing the sensor from getting a good ground, if it grounds to the block through the housing. Depends on how it's wired.
dang... thats what i figured... im going to take the bulb out of the gauges when i go to paint the rings, since ill have a oil press gauge to tell me what the pressure is at.... will the oil light affect the rest of the things... like will ecu notice it doesnt have pressure?




oh yea.. jamie.... you have the same name as me... lol do you have a red 5th gen.. if you do it would be really weird...
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dang... thats what i figured... im going to take the bulb out of the gauges when i go to paint the rings, since ill have a oil press gauge to tell me what the pressure is at.... will the oil light affect the rest of the things... like will ecu notice it doesnt have pressure?
I don't think the idiot light's hooked to the ECU -- I don't see a connection on the wiring diagram.


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Bet I had it first...I should be picking up royalties.... :) I've stuck to even-numbered gens -- I started with a silver '84, and traded that for an early-production '92...sticking with that.
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Re: oil light...

i have an oil pres gauge n the lude i stuk it in when i found expanding foam in the sump (strange but true) but it didint keep the light on when the ops wire was pulld . i like to know wats go'n on lol
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Re: oil light...

well my oil pumps bad and i dont have money for a new one. could i use the one from my last block? oil press was good with it. only down fall was the hydro locking of the block. and to jamie i also had a 84... and a 85... lol..
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well my oil pumps bad and i dont have money for a new one. could i use the one from my last block?
If it's off an H-series block, no reason why not -- it should bolt right up. Probably need to take a hard look at why the old one failed, though -- while they're not indestructible, they don't fail often. Make there's not something wrong elsewhere in the engine that might have blocked flow to the pump or introduced metal fragments into the oil.
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If it's off an H-series block, no reason why not -- it should bolt right up. Probably need to take a hard look at why the old one failed, though -- while they're not indestructible, they don't fail often. Make there's not something wrong elsewhere in the engine that might have blocked flow to the pump or introduced metal fragments into the oil.

i got a look at the pick up and it was spotless... pretty much the whole engine internals are perfect looking. i really dont understand why its not putting out any pressure. but i will have my other oil pump checked before i install it.


oh... and the engine im talking about was the original engine that came with the car.(so yes its a h-series)
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Re: oil light...

im not sure if this will help but when i was buildn me engin i found that one of the b/shaft bearing's were gone! this is after havn the pump off , changn he big end and main bearings and flushn the oil!. cus the b/shafts spin at twice the engn speed there more likely to go . id say fit the gauge first just to see if there is presure and if not when you fit the new pump chuk he b/belt away lol.
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Sorry at work didn't have time to read all the way thru the thread, I would say its your oil cooler o ring, mine went this past Summer had it replaced and oil changed, you know I had only 2 quarts left in mine when I finally got to the dealer and my oil light didn't even come on. So yours had to have been even lower on oil than mine was.

The dealer said even with 2 quarts it would generate enough oil pressure so the light wouldn't even come on. (I did not know that)

I went in because I could smell something burning, so I just pulled in to have them check it out. Good thing I did, also good thing that thing sits right over the exhuast, if I didn't smell nothing I wouldn't have stopped.
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got an update on my oil issue, found out yesturday i have a HUGE ass oil leak somewhere near the bottom of my engine. it literally pisses out oil. so it looks like my lude has to be taken off the road for the time being and i'm not sure when i'll have the chance to get it fix -_-
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Hey njfreekshow did you figure out where the oil is coming out from ?,i posted something to that affect that might be your problem ,did you see it .
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we have an idea of one place but theres another place towards the bottom of the engine that we think if the major area. im waiting til my buddy moves to another house so i can bring it there for him to work on. in the mean time im looking for a cherokee to get me around.
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Thanks russ car is running fine ,but might take apart to change water pump ,funny thing it has about 35k on the pump i wonder if honda would give me another i have the reciets i guess warranty is probably over anyway .later
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got an update on my oil issue, found out yesturday i have a HUGE ass oil leak somewhere near the bottom of my engine. it literally pisses out oil. so it looks like my lude has to be taken off the road for the time being and i'm not sure when i'll have the chance to get it fix -_-
couldnt you notice the oil puddle on the ground when you drove away?? im asking cause my oil light is flickering too, but i have no leak that i know of and no oil on the ground where it has been parked
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there was no oil anywhere, cause there was no oil in my lude at all. right now, its out of commission and was replaced with a 89 cherokee. im going to fix/rebuild the engine during the spring/summer
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