What happens if you run it out of oil 95 escort

Asked by Aug 30, 2017 at 05:41 PM about the 1995 Ford Escort

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144,265

No oil is an engine killer. Add oil and hope for the best!

7,455

You may get lucky if the only indication of "no oil" is that you saw nothing on the dipstick. It would be significantly low but could have still held pressure when you ran the car. IMMEDIATELY put oil in to bring the level up to normal before running the car any more and, as FOR said, hope for the best.

Is there a sensor that cut the engine off it will crank but no start it just die on me

144,265

If you ran the engine out of oil and it died there is probably a lot of damage. Do a compression test.

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