just bought camery 99 every thing was gud untill my oil light came on then my car just stalled out at the stop sighn put oil in the car but still doing it

Asked by Mar 19, 2013 at 06:07 PM about the 1999 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Don't run the engine with the oil light on. The oil pump could have failed and it will destroy the engine. Have a mechanic check the oil pressure with a gauge. It could be a bad oil pressure sending unit or the wire came off.

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Most likely your engine is toast. Previous owner may have neglected to change the oil and the screen on the pickup tube could be clogged with sludge. If caught in early it may be possible to drop the oil pan and clean or replace the screen. Also recommend removing the valve cover and take a look for sludge. But if your car is stalling it is too late, is it making any knocking noises?

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After put oil in drove the oil light keep kuming on in off making s funny noise nt driving no more thou do hink fycked engine 99 camery

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That's what you get for buying a POS 14 year old car from a Car Auction in the hood. Have fun taking the bus :)

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