My cousin was driving my Aurora Oldsmobile 1999 V8 engine we hit a dip at 25 miles per hour and now it's beeping saying low oil pressure. And the oil is full what damage could it be?

Asked by Nov 19, 2016 at 10:54 PM about the 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora 4 Dr STD Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Bottom of car scraped but not damaged...
no leaks and car just beeps non-stop what
can it be?

3 Answers

79,395

Maybe the oil pressure sender or the wiring that goes to it was damaged. Maybe somehow the oil pump was damaged. Take a look at the oil pan to see if there is a big dent in it.

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It doesn't. What else do you think it can be?

1,530

Try changing the oil pressure sending unit.... they are about $15 and the bump caused it to fail....cheap thing to try. The sending unit is usually on or near the oil filter adaptor.

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