Oil Sending Unit Problems?

Answer An oil sending unit refers to a device that measure engine oil pressure and sends this information to the oil pressure gauge or light on a vehicle. A malfunctioning oil sending unit can result in e... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Oil Sending Unit Problems

How the Oil Sending Unit Works?

While a brake booster rupture won't cause your brakes to fail completely, it could increase your stopping time significantly and thus raise your risk of a collision. Make sure you know how to keep ... Read More »

How to Test an Oil Sending Unit?

An oil sending unit, also called an oil pressure sensor or switch, controls the oil indicator light or gauge in a vehicle. The indicator tells the driver of any problems with the oil pressure. Low ... Read More »

How to Check a Gas Sending Unit?

A functioning sending unit can be the difference between a nice day on the lake with your boat and being stranded without power. Without a gas sending unit, the fuel gauge will not work and the onl... Read More »

How to Change Oil Sending Unit?

The oil pressure sender on a vehicle senses the pressure in the oil system and relays that information to a light or gauge on the dashboard. When this sensor goes bad, the proper oil pressure is no... Read More »