Make sure you have the proper viscosity of oil. 5W30 is what the specs are for a 4.6L engine.AnswerYou have a serious problem here. Don't continue to drive this truck in this condition. Severe damage is being done in these 2 minutes. Your oil pump may be failing, or you may have a bad filter. Change filters to a Motorcraft filter immediately. If this does not cure the problem, have this looked at by an expert. AnswerI echo the previous, serious engine damage is likely to follow, would also suggest a stuck oil pressure sending unit. (Easy screw in replacement) try that first, but if it's still acting up, TOW IT IN.
It means that the oil pressure switch is showing low pressure.
A good practice is to let your engine idle for a few minutes after starting so the oil pressure can build and lube all the internal parts of the engine. A vehicle with turbo should be idled before shutting off to let the turbo cool down.
Oil pressure has to built up. As long as the pressure is normal and the oil level is good. There is no problem.
about 5 to 10 minutes
It depends on the size of vessel and type of engine.
Oil pressure depends on the engine--my Cummins ISX runs at 40psi, some Detroits run at 50 and so on. If you're coming from empty tanks, you should see the Low Air light go out within two to three minutes after startup, and you want to have 110psi or more when you drive.
I have no number on panel when icon checks oil pressure . please guide me what is problem
You should let the ventilation system run about four minutes before starting the engine on a boat.
Operate the blower for at least four minutes
No, it will not. Low oil & or pressure will not prevent the engine from starting.
4 minutes before starting engine, and anytime your idling or driving at low speeds. It also says you should not run blower during refueling, but for 4 minutes after your done "before starting engine". This prevents blower from drawing gas fumes into the engine compartment.
You should operate the blower for at least 4 minutes, and then you can feel free to start the engine.
Depends on the engine but severe engine damage will start to occur almost immediately. It will run a few minutes until it starts to overheat then the engine will seize. It will not take long to destroy the engine.
After starting the engine, the oil pressure rises. The switch changes from either open or closed at a predetermined oil pressure, switching off the warning light. If oil pressure drops during operation, this light should come on, warning you of this dangerous situation for the engine (and your wallet).
Yes, that is possible. Never overfill any engine.
How many minutes should a blower be operating before starting an engine
A blown head gasket can prevent an engine from starting. A blown head gasket may not provide the pressure needed to get the engine started, and will also allow oil to leak out uncontrollably.
the pressure in the engine will stop it from starting (oh 305's are shite)
If it helps the fuel pressure at the fuel rail should be 3.3-3.7 bar with the engine idling. The holding pressure after 20-30 minutes should be, system pressure - 0.5 bar.
4 (four) minutes