Originally Posted by Civicguy808
Any suggestions as what to do?
The next time you get the engine oil level low warning on the DIC would be a good time to do this check. First, like the other GH'* have already stated, check the electrical connector at the oil level sensor (front side of oil pan) secure & general condition. You can disconnect the harness while the low level condition exists. Take a multimeter set up as an ohmeter and read into the sensor
across pins A & B. You should read a closed circuit with sump filled to normal level. The oil low level switch opens on a low oil level condition. If you read infinity or intermittent open with the ohmeter, then the sensor will require replacement. As a secondary check read pin A at the harness
to ground (meter set to indicate dc voltage), you should see +5 vdc from the PCM with ign. on.
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