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Old 03-06-2014, 07:00 PM   #1
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With the motor not turned on;key turned;, our oil pressure light goes on and off,buzzer buzzes,and the oil gauge bounces back and forth from 20 to 60 psi.Anyone ever have that problem.It's a 2003 Dutchstar
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This bulletin some information normal gauge indications and trouble shooting the gauges. I'm not sure it applies to the gauges for your chassis. --- Freightliner went to an Information Center display in 2003. Hope it helps....
http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/go...44_sbu5412.pdf

Do your gauges work normally after the engine starts?
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With the motor not turned on;key turned;, our oil pressure light goes on and off,buzzer buzzes,and the oil gauge bounces back and forth from 20 to 60 psi.Anyone ever have that problem.It's a 2003 Dutchstar
Freightliner ? Spartan Chassis ? Cat or Cummins?
If Freightliner, a call to the Toll free help line is in order.
1-800-FTL-HELP
1-800-385-4357
Have your coach serial number handy.
Same for Spartan Chassis , they maintain a free help line , but I don't have that number.
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