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One problem fixed on to the next.

Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by tmahan319, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. tmahan319

    tmahan319 New Member

    I wanna start by thanking yall for your help. Turns out the electrical problem was a combination of a bad body ground a short on the wires going to the oil pressure switch and a bad ecm. Got out of that for less than a 100 so not too bad. While working on it I noticed I am leaking coolant not sure where from so that is the next project. I was wondering what kind of oil pressure you guys usually run right now I am at twenty.

    Thanks
    Tabor

    1995 K2500 Suburban 454
  2. Chris Miller

    Chris Miller Rockstar 100 Posts

    Clean the heck out of that oil pressure switch connector with some CRC Lectra-Motive, because you might be getting a bad signal from oil contamination. Your pressure should be around 30-50 PSI.
    As for the leaking coolant, you can get some dye to pour in there and a UV light if the leak isn't easily spotted.
  3. Z71_guy

    Z71_guy Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    20 should be fine, thats at idle right?

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