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Old 12-14-2007, 04:45 PM   #13
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1996 SW2
Default Re: New User Here-Help with Fuel Line Issue

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Originally Posted by Miss Holly View Post
LOL a saturnfans initiation? Ok I'm game!
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No, the ECTS hasn't been replaced-yet. That's on my boyfriend's to-do list
You've already passed the initiation, since you and BF know what the ECTS is.

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Originally Posted by BarnOwl View Post
Letting it get low enough for the oil light to come on is a SERIOUS NO-NO!!! You're around two quarts low at that point and you are doing damage to your engine.
Actually, you could be three quarts low, and still not light the light. Or you could be full-up, and light it anyway. As your owner's manual states (sorry to sound like a broken record), that's an oil PRESSURE light. You can be full on oil, and still have dangerously low oil pressure. Likewise, you can have plenty of oil pressure, enough to turn off the light, and be danerously low on oil. That's why the car has an oil light and a dipstick. Neither substitutes for the other.
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