There is no oil pump fuse, the oil pump is driven directly off of the crankshaft. Even if there was an oil pump fuse, you wouldn't want to pull it out.
The oil pump is inside the engine and is driven off a shaft, usually off the distributor. If the oil pump has stopped functioning it usually means that the pump is damaged beyond repair or that the shaft has slipped or broken.
2.3 L engine. You have to drop the oil pan to get at the pump. You can do this with the engine in the car.
( No ) on a 2002 Ford Explorer the oil pump is mechanically driven
try changing your oil sending unit first there is no fuse for your oil gauge drive safe
First, check your oil. If the oil pressure is low due to low oil there is a safety switch that cuts power to the fuel filter to prevent engine damage. After that you should find either a fuse or a relay in your fuse panel for the fuel pump. good luck.
th purpose of an oil pump is to PUMP...OIL
Simply sounds like the pump went kaput. Needs to be replaced.
Check fuse, relay and oil pressure sensor. In these cars this sensor will cut the fuel pump to save your motor if it reads too low oil pressure.
Remove the oil pan. The oil pump will be visible. Remove the oil pump pickup to. Remove the oil pump retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new oil pump.
the pressure of oil that the oil pump is pulling?
The oil pump is inside the oil pan, the oil pan must be removed to gain access to the oil pump
Rear or side of the oil pan
You didn't say which engine you have but Chevrolet's oil pumps are located inside the oil pan.
The oil pump is located inside the oil pan; To get to the oil pump you have to take off the oil pan.
The oil pump is located inside the oil pan. You have to drop the oil pan to replace the oil pump.
Remove the oil pan. The oil pump will be visible. Remove the retaining bolts from the oil pump. Reverse the process to install the new oil pump.
Not sure, i would say oil pump or cam bearings
The oil pump is the the sump.
As much as I hate to say it, if you need to replace your oil pump, there's a good chance your engine is in need of a rebuild.
You didn't say what the problem is. But if you question the sensor, replace it, it probably cost lest than $20.
Can't say for sure that this is your problem.....but a lot of the GM vehicles run the electric fuel pump through the oil pressure sending unit. If it doesn't sense any oil pressure it won't allow the fuel pump to kick on. This might be one area to check.
Theres a button in the side fuse panel in the car hold it and it will reset it. It will say oil/tire Light I do belive