Good evening everybody,
recently I realized that my red oil pressure warning light
didn’t light up when starting the car. The oil pressure
guage shows sufficient oil pressure, so I’m quite relaxed.
Yet, I intend to rectify this issue.
Yesterday I swapped the oil pressure warning light bulb in
the warning light cluster (simply pull out sharply) with the
functioning handbrake warning light bulb, unfortunately to
So either the sender is shot or the electrical connection on
its way to the warning light cluster. Is there any simple
procedure to rule out the electric alternative? Will the
light come on when I put 12 V on the sender side or when I
ground the sender side?
Thanks in advance
75 XJ6L fern grey auto
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