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Lubricating Oil Pressure Low


This is symptom tree t105
Cause Correction
STEP 1
Engine angularity during operation exceeds ............ Refer to Procedure 018-015.
specification

OK
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STEP 2 Check the oil level. Verify the dipstick calibration and
............ the oil pan capacity. Fill the system to the specified
Lubricating oil level is below specification
level. Refer to Procedure 007-025.

OK
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STEP 3 Change the oil and filters. Refer to the Lubricating
............
Lubricating oil is contaminated with coolant or fuel Oil Contaminated symptom tree.

OK
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STEP 4 Inspect the engine for external oil leaks. Tighten the
............ capscrews, pipe plugs, and fittings. Replace gaskets
Lubricating oil leak (external)
if necessary. Refer to Procedure 018-009.

OK
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STEP 5 Refer to the Lubricating Oil Temperature Above
............
Lubricating oil temperature is above specification Specification symptom tree.

OK
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STEP 6 Check the oil pressure switch, gauge, or sensor for
Lubricating oil pressure switch, gauge, or sensor is ............ correct operation and location. Refer to Procedure
malfunctioning or is not in the correct location 007-028.

OK
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Change the oil and filter. Refer to Procedure
STEP 7 007-013. Use the Oil type recommended in the
............
Lubricating oil filter is plugged Cummins Engine Oil Recommendations, Bulletin
3810340.

OK
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STEP 8 Change the oil and filters. Refer to Procedure


007-013. Use the Oil type recommended in the
Lubricating oil does not meet specifications for ............
Cummins Engine Oil Recommendations, Bulletin
operating conditions
3810340.

OK
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STEP 9 Check the main oil pressure regulator assembly.
............
Main oil pressure regulator is malfunctioning Refer to Procedure 007-029.

OK
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Lubricating Oil Pressure Low


This is symptom tree t105
Cause Correction
STEP 10
Inspect the lubricating oil pump and o-rings. Refer
Lubricating oil pump is malfunctioning or the o-rings ............
to Procedure 007-031.
are damaged

OK
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STEP 11
Remove and inspect the oil pan or suction tube.
Lubricating oil suction or transfer tube is loose or ............
Refer to Procedure 007-025.
broken, or the gasket or o-rings are leaking

OK
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STEP 12
Check the piston cooling nozzles for damage and
Piston cooling nozzles are damaged or are not ............
correct installation. Refer to Procedure 001-046.
installed correctly

OK
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STEP 13
............ Check the oil cooler. Refer to Procedure 007-007.
Lubricating oil cooler is plugged

OK
Go To Next Step
STEP 14
Analyze the lubricating oil. Inspect the oil filter.
Internal engine damage or internal lubricating oil ............
Refer to Procedure 007-037.
leak

© 2008 Cummins Inc., Box 3005, Columbus, IN 47202-3005 U.S.A. Printed from QuickServe® Online.
All Rights Reserved. Last Modified: 13-Feb-2006
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© 2008 Cummins Inc., Box 3005, Columbus, IN 47202-3005 U.S.A. Printed from QuickServe® Online.
All Rights Reserved. Last Modified: 13-Feb-2006