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Old 12-06-2018, 01:19 PM
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OK, new question, and I know you folks all want Mrs. Cusser to be happy...

Mrs. Cusser's 2005 GMC Yukon Denali with 6.0 engine, almost 200K miles. She says that for a month or so that on first startup of the day that there's a message stating "oil pressure low" that appears, but the oil pressure light goes out as normal, and the oil pressure is also normal. So she switches the engine off, and starts it again, and the message does not re-appear (until first startup the next day). The oil level is fine, I've used 5W-30 full synthetic for the 8 years we've had it as did the previous owner. There are no other engine issues or noises. Morning low temperatures are about 45F here. Any ideas??? Thanks.

And why does this site do fart sounds every time I click on something, and no other site does this? How do I switch off?

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Old 12-09-2018, 08:00 PM
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OK, there is no oil pressure light on this (mistake in above post), but the gauge does respond as per normal, and the engine has not self-destructed.

Someone from GM online saw this problem posted, contacted me. When I responded, she asked if I had taken it to a dealer. For an intermittent - are you kidding !!! I referred her to GM Sunroof-Denali complaint #71-1172386297, my only experience with a GM dealer, about the Yukon's inoperative sunroof 5 years ago http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbul....php?t=1086523 where the dealership literally threw up their hands and actually said "we have no idea what the problem is", then fought about refunding my money, even though they took my money after assuring that it would be a FIX, and not a guess.

So over my dead body will I ever visit a GM dealership again !!!
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