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Hi all,

Since I bought it, my car (periodically) flashes up low engine oil level....even though the level is OK. The previous owner said he took the sensor out and cleaned it and that stopped it for a while.

Well, I reckon I need to either give it another claen or replace it.

My question is, where is the sensor and what does it look like. Is it just like a crankshaft position sensor or something?

Thanks

Mike

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Hi all,

Since I bought it, my car (periodically) flashes up low engine oil level....even though the level is OK. The previous owner said he took the sensor out and cleaned it and that stopped it for a while.

Well, I reckon I need to either give it another claen or replace it.

My question is, where is the sensor and what does it look like. Is it just like a crankshaft position sensor or something?

Thanks

Mike

Hi Mike

Its under the alternator - a square grey type connector

I have these available if this is your problem

Thanks

Maurice

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Parrot of Doom - It's definately low oil level.

Andy, Wow, It won't be getting a new one then :(

Maurice,

Thanks, I'll have a look over the weekend.

Is it a nightmare to get at?

Mike

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Parrot of Doom - It's definately low oil level.

Andy, Wow, It won't be getting a new one then :(

Maurice,

Thanks, I'll have a look over the weekend.

Is it a nightmare to get at?

Mike

Hi Mike

its not too bad - few 10mm bolts and then you pull the attached arm and float up out of the sump [ as far as I remember ]

Maurice

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