A common problem with most all sensors within the oiling system is that they become contaminated with oil and therefore, give erroneous readings. This can be especially traumatic when the oil pressure suddenly reads "0" while traveling down the road. Although we strongly suggest an immediate cease in operation until the problem can be accurately diagnosed, we will say that the LT5 is very susceptible to any oiling problem and a loss of oil pressure would immediately reveal a host of noises and problems, starting with the chain tensioners.

The sensor, which is located atop the oil filter housing, is now available in a new design.

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