C13 Used Oil Pumps For Excavator E349D 233 - 5220 2335220 Water Cooling
|Item name||Used oil pump|
|Application||Engineering Machinery Engine|
|Cylinder number||6 cylinders|
Symptoms of a Bad Oil Pump [How to Test and Fixes]
The oil pump is one of the most essential complementary parts of your vehicle’s engine. Its primary duties are to supply the required oil for engine lubrication while the car is running. The lubrication oil allows the engine’s metal components to interact without causing tough physical damage due to friction. The oil from the oil pump also absorbs heat from the engine components bringing about a cooling effect and preventing the engine from overheating.
Although the pump is among the strongest parts of the engine, it sometimes malfunctions. A failing oil pump will starve the engine of oil and can result in catastrophic engine damage. Therefore, every car owner should note the symptoms of a bad oil pump and replace it to avoid worse damage to the vehicle.
Common Symptoms of a bad oil pump
There are several mechanical problems associated with a failing oil pump. Most of these mechanical problems have several conspicuous and easily noticeable indicators like increased engine temperature and strange noises during engine operation. Here are some common indicators of an oil pump that is progressively failing.
1. Low Oil Pressure
As mentioned earlier, the oil pump provides and regulates the pressure of the oil that lubricates and controls the temperature of your engine. By pressurizing the oil, the pump facilitates oil navigation throughout the different parts of the engine. An adequate supply of oil ensures the moving parts of the engine are properly greased and efficiently slide against each other without physical damage.
Inadequate oiling due to low pressure from a bad oil pump causes the engine components to roughly rub against each other. The first signal of decreased oil pressure is the oil light on the dashboard powering up. Other consequences of decreased oil pressure are decreased power and engine stalling. Therefore, the answer to the question can a bad oil pump cause misfires is, yes.
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