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Username Post: starter oil pressure        (Topic#359227)
markj 
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markj
Loc: ocean co,nj
Reg: 01-15-04
12-24-19 08:45 AM - Post#2782821    

Without going into detail is possible to build oil pressure
with just the starter ,spark plugs removed.
s10

















07 2500 silverado classic
duramax lbz allison 6 speed
01 chevy s-10
2015 Honda odyssey
99 HD FLSTF
04 bmw r1150rt
2013 FLHTK


Edited by markj on 12-24-19 08:46 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 




markj 
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markj
Loc: ocean co,nj
Reg: 01-15-04
12-24-19 01:58 PM - Post#2782839    
    In response to markj

allow me to explain
daughter took my s10 to advanced auto to get a serpentine belt
for her 15 equinox I was installing a new water pump so being
it was apart ,new belt.
any ways its may be a 2 mile round trip to advanced from my house.
almost home she calls me and said she broke down.get truck home.
long story short ,engine will not turn over, crawl under to find oil coolant line torn, no oil.engine seized .(insert French word)
pulled plugs filled cylinders with oil, waited few days till weather warmed a little 50*. engine now turns, but not well, showed a spark of life but cannot get engine to turn fast enough to start.
thinking of a way to spin engine fast may get sone oil on crank.
I know engine is trashed, if I have to burn a quart a day to keep on the road until atlas March,then so be it.its an automatic.
sorry for the long story.
Merry Christmas everyone.


















07 2500 silverado classic
duramax lbz allison 6 speed
01 chevy s-10
2015 Honda odyssey
99 HD FLSTF
04 bmw r1150rt
2013 FLHTK


Edited by markj on 12-24-19 02:00 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
CowboyTrukr 
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12-25-19 06:17 PM - Post#2782902    
    In response to markj

You can use an adapter to spin the oil pump but that requires pulling the distributor.

Greg

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markj 
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Loc: ocean co,nj
Reg: 01-15-04
12-26-19 08:07 AM - Post#2782927    
    In response to CowboyTrukr


ordered the primer shaft,23 American.
worth a try.
thank you sir














07 2500 silverado classic
duramax lbz allison 6 speed
01 chevy s-10
2015 Honda odyssey
99 HD FLSTF
04 bmw r1150rt
2013 FLHTK


 
rockfangd 
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Loc: Utica ny
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12-30-19 06:29 PM - Post#2783256    
    In response to markj

Ouch.
The oil pressure sender is notorious for not cutting out in time causing it to run with no oil.
Slow cranking will bump the oil pressure, but likely to about 10-15 psi If I were to guess

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gchemist 
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Loc: Austin, TX 78748
Reg: 05-09-00
12-31-19 07:17 AM - Post#2783294    
    In response to rockfangd

Add some Lucas oil additive. The extra stickiness can help until it's replaced. Use a 1/2" drill to spin the oil pump primer.

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markj 
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markj
Loc: ocean co,nj
Reg: 01-15-04
01-15-20 06:30 AM - Post#2784420    
    In response to gchemist

update to my dilemma,
after filling cylinders with oil just said the
hell with it, thinking I lost the motor anyway.
pulled the plugs, and spun the motor, it urned over
slow at first, watching the oil gauge it came up to
40lbs. I did however before test spin disconnect coil wire
and fuel pump.
after almost killing battery I reinstalled plugs reconnected
fuel pump and coil.
battery was done at that point.put on charger and waited until
next day.
either I em the luckiest fool around or thats one strong motor
but it started up and have been driving ever since.
dosent seem to use any oil.
a friend mention it may have been hydro locked but no issue
with coolant that I can find.
feeling very blessed.















07 2500 silverado classic
duramax lbz allison 6 speed
01 chevy s-10
2015 Honda odyssey
99 HD FLSTF
04 bmw r1150rt
2013 FLHTK


 
rockfangd 
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Loc: Utica ny
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01-15-20 06:33 PM - Post#2784455    
    In response to markj

Cool.
Drive it. Be happy lol

Old School GM fan FOREVER


 
gchemist 
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Loc: Austin, TX 78748
Reg: 05-09-00
01-18-20 09:16 AM - Post#2784589    
    In response to rockfangd

Nice save. Replace 1 quart of oil with Lucas additive. I use it on all of my vehicles. Works great to reduce some ticking on motors. I use it mostly to prevent dry start ups on motors. Change the oil early just in case to remove any possible contaminates.

'83 Silverardo XST - ZZ4 powered
'95 Jimmy SLT (Bought @131,814)
'96 GMC Jimmy LS Ret. @236651 miles


 




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