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Oil Pressure Issues - 2019 T23


WestGAWakeResearch

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The oil pressure and service engine alarm sounded today.  Luckily it happened on our way back to ramp to load and was right around the corner.  Oil levels checked out good and I tried a simple shutdown and restart of the system and it still showed low oil pressure.  Anyone experience this before and have any suggestions?  Thanks for your time! 

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14 hours ago, Eagleboy99 said:

What did the dipstick (pun intended) say?

Oil level was fine.  Hoping it’s not an oil pump issue.  

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3 hours ago, 23LSVOwner said:

GM had some oil pump issues.

 

Get it into a dealer ASAP.

Yes. I called the dealer this morning.  

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Having the same issue.  Although, when I turn the boat off and on again the problem is resolved.  It has happened twice.  The boat went to the dealer, and they said the computer shows no fault.

Was your issue diagnosed and if so how was it resolved? 

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14 hours ago, WestGAWakeResearch said:

I have a lot of significant developments.  Are you located in AL by chance?

 

13 hours ago, Steve B. said:

KInda leavin' us hanging here....

Steve B.

Seriously. Just post the updates and not leave everyone in the dark about it.

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The dealer needs to put a mechanical fuel pressure gauge on it to check the actual pressure. 

Could be the oil pressure sender, but we have seen a few with bad oil pumps. If its the pump the motor has to come out.

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Wow. Thanks for the update. Be interesting to see if any damage was done, or more of a long term issue. This is one time an alarm or sensors saved the day.

Steve B.

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