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ok, seriously, I wouldnt listen to any of these "pros" on here. They all have no idea what they're talking about.

This is probably gonna be extremely expensive. EXTREMELY. I would almost bet its a muffler bearing. If you know anything about vehicles, these are EXPENSIVE. They also seem to take out many other parts on the vehicle.

To help you out, I'll give you 1000 bux for it so you dont have to go bankrupt fixing it :)

It's probably only good as a parts vehicle now. ;p
Checked it.. all good
Guess if a guy had dual's. might as well buy a new truck.
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If u don't have oil pressure sockets I believe it 27 mm thin wall deep and swivel and short extension
It is a 1 1/16" deep socket with a 6" extension and swivel and alot of cuts and bruising on the arms... I just did the one on my truck (2011 Silverado with 135000 kms). For the cost of the sender and the screen I would (and did) just change them. sender is 100.00 and the screen is 10.00.
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It is a 1 1/16" deep socket with a 6" extension and swivel and alot of cuts and bruising on the arms... I just did the one on my truck (2011 Silverado with 135000 kms). For the cost of the sender and the screen I would (and did) just change them. sender is 100.00 and the screen is 10.00.
I guess whatever works for whoever does it lol I done a few myself I believe if u convert 1 1/16 to mm it would probably be 27 mm
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It is a 1 1/16" deep socket with a 6" extension and swivel and alot of cuts and bruising on the arms... I just did the one on my truck (2011 Silverado with 135000 kms). For the cost of the sender and the screen I would (and did) just change them. sender is 100.00 and the screen is 10.00.
my friends 2013 with 80,000 km had the sender screen plug and blow the motor good thing for him it was still under warrenty gave him a new motor. Wtf is that a common problem??? and he had regular 5000 km oil change at the dealership.
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my friends 2013 with 80,000 km had the sender screen plug and blow the motor good thing for him it was still under warrenty gave him a new motor. Wtf is that a common problem??? and he had regular 5000 km oil change at the dealership.
That's interesting. Not sure how the sender screen being plugged could blow the motor ?
All it would do is give false readings ??
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What did you come up with Tony?
The right answer would be.... I took out the sender and screen , changed them and problem is solved.


My answer. ... the socked I tried wasn't deep enuff, lost a lot of skin trying, gave up and been driving it . Put around 1000k on it so far without a sound.
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That's interesting. Not sure how the sender screen being plugged could blow the motor ?
All it would do is give false readings ??
Pretty sure the sender screen also filters the oil to the AFM lifters, so if it plugs, those lifters could be damaged. It's a goofy system.
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The right answer would be.... I took out the sender and screen , changed them and problem is solved.


My answer. ... the socked I tried wasn't deep enuff, lost a lot of skin trying, gave up and been driving it . Put around 1000k on it so far without a sound.
When you heal up give it another go.
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my 2010 did the same thing. i also changed the screen and sending unit, but didn't have the same results as you. I took off the AC Delco oil filter and GM dealership oil. Replaced it with a WIX filter and a good quality oil. Never looked back. Glad it worked out for you man.
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It was plugged and starved the top end of oil scored the walls also. They just ended up replacing the motor under warranty. He was going down the highway and it read 0 oil pressure and then shut itself down and would not restart had it towed in and then when they discovered the damage.

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there is no screen on the 2002, just googled it.
I shud look into this soon I guess... its just there is no noise whatsoever when the pressure drops.
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my 2010 did the same thing. i also changed the screen and sending unit, but didn't have the same results as you. I took off the AC Delco oil filter and GM dealership oil. Replaced it with a WIX filter and a good quality oil. Never looked back. Glad it worked out for you man.
how low did yours show at idle and how high cold? mine goes down to about the first line.. when warm at idle in gear
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there is no screen on the 2002, just googled it.
I shud look into this soon I guess... its just there is no noise whatsoever when the pressure drops.
you may not want to hear this but it could also be the oil pick up tube. chevy has also had a problem with them sliding off of their holder and causing a low oil pressure reading. i have an 08 sierra that that had happened to and one shop was going to change the motor and another shop took the oil pan off and re-installed the pick up tube and it has been good ever since.
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there is no screen on the 2002, just googled it.
I shud look into this soon I guess... its just there is no noise whatsoever when the pressure drops.


When it's a known problem I'd be looking into it sooner than later. It only takes seconds of oil starvation to b!tch an engine.
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When it's a known problem I'd be looking into it sooner than later. It only takes seconds of oil starvation to b!tch an engine.
I hear ya... and ur right, i shud do it soon.
It has never hit 0 o/p, but gets low.
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A good rule of thumb for minimum oil pressure is as long as you have 10psi per 1000 rpm hot, you should be OK. Pressure can be pretty low at idle, as long as it comes right up with rpm.
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how low did yours show at idle and how high cold? mine goes down to about the first line.. when warm at idle in gear
was low enough to throw an engine code. Don't recall on the gauge of hand. Easy and cheap enough to try throwing a oil filter on it to try
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