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Old 04 June 2014, 16:49   #11
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Originally Posted by matt h View Post
What was ?
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Old 04 June 2014, 17:01   #12
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I Had the same with mine. I turned the oilbox a 90 degrees and no problem anymore.
This because the sensor is positioned at one side at with going of trottle the sensor "was thinking" there is low oil.
When you turn the oilbox 90 degrees the sensor is positioned in a diferent way of theway you are driving...
Sorry for my bad explanation, but hope you understand what i mean...

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Old 05 June 2014, 09:19   #13
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"No Oil" is a very different problem from "Low Oil".

It's nothing to do with the oil tank or its sensor, though it may be sensible to change the oil filter which is buried in the bottom of the oil tank.
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