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    Default Looking for Jeep mechanic in Havasu

    I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler with the 4.0. I'm having an oil pressure issue that's making me a little nervous. Oil pressure at start up is around 40 psi. After warm up, it drops to 20. After an extended drive, it will drop to 0 at idle and the check guages light comes on. Rev the motor or get going again and it goes back up. Seeing the oil pressure at 0 was freaking me out a bit. Don't ever want to come back on a tow rope, so looking for the go to guy in Havasu.

    Thanks for any help.

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    did you try Darryl (Shadow here on the boards) at Robinson Automotive???

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    Robinson Auto takes care of mine.

    What did you use for the last oil change?

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    I use Havasu Auto Care. They have always been up front and honest and have done a great job for me. They back up their work 100%.They not only take care of the work you have a problem with but also do a complete inspection. Plus when the work is done they detail your auto.
    928-505-4470

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    call Darrell @ Robinson Automotive 928.486.7399

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    Quote Originally Posted by IExcel View Post
    call Darrell @ Robinson Automotive 928.486.7399

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohica View Post
    I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler with the 4.0. I'm having an oil pressure issue that's making me a little nervous. Oil pressure at start up is around 40 psi. After warm up, it drops to 20. After an extended drive, it will drop to 0 at idle and the check guages light comes on. Rev the motor or get going again and it goes back up. Seeing the oil pressure at 0 was freaking me out a bit. Don't ever want to come back on a tow rope, so looking for the go to guy in Havasu.

    Thanks for any help.
    Call Hesco 205 251 1472 ask for Benny tell him your problem he will steer you right, And tell you what to check they built my 4.7 motor good guys

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    Put 50wt. oil in it

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    I used Mike Lock... 928-412-0021 He installed the lift kit on my Rubi. Good mechanic...

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by IExcel View Post
    call Darrell @ Robinson Automotive 928.486.7399
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordy View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohica View Post
    I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler with the 4.0. I'm having an oil pressure issue that's making me a little nervous. Oil pressure at start up is around 40 psi. After warm up, it drops to 20. After an extended drive, it will drop to 0 at idle and the check guages light comes on. Rev the motor or get going again and it goes back up. Seeing the oil pressure at 0 was freaking me out a bit. Don't ever want to come back on a tow rope, so looking for the go to guy in Havasu.

    Thanks for any help.
    Hit up Robinson Automotive Shawdow on the boards he is the best in town

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    Thanks for the kind words everyone!
    Bohica i'd be glad to do a manual oil pressure test for you & verify that the gauge is working properly and get to the bottom of your oil pressure concern.
    Darrell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohica View Post
    I have a 2000 Jeep Wrangler with the 4.0. I'm having an oil pressure issue that's making me a little nervous. Oil pressure at start up is around 40 psi. After warm up, it drops to 20. After an extended drive, it will drop to 0 at idle and the check guages light comes on. Rev the motor or get going again and it goes back up. Seeing the oil pressure at 0 was freaking me out a bit. Don't ever want to come back on a tow rope, so looking for the go to guy in Havasu.

    Thanks for any help.
    damn... is this the jeep you just got??

    you stay'n the weekend?


    shadow will take good care of you...

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