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

What is an oil pressure sending unit?

The oil pressure sending unit in your car's engine measures the flow of oil. In the event of poor oil flow, it sends an electronic signal to an oil light or gauge on the instrument cluster. Poor oi... 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 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 »