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From: The Technical Manager
Subject: Re: How to detect low oil level
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 13:09:39 +0000
Organization: Microwave Department
NNTP-Posting-Date: 6 Nov 2002 13:09:41 GMT
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> firstname.lastname@example.org babbled:
> >mis-information elsewhere.
> >You are proving that the usenet is full of people just -pretending- to
> >know what they are talking about.
> 1. You top-post all the time therefore you are an idiot.
> 2. You quote web pages that show an oil level sensor that "only works when the
> engine is running" (your words) yet the website actually makes no such
> statement (it in actual fact just a pricelist for a clone part supplier).
> 3. The BMW owners manual clearly states that the oil level sensor takes ONE
> reading as the ignition switch is turned and prior to the engine starting.
> 4. Another poster confirms the same thing with his father's Audi.
> 5. A whole collection of highly qualified and very experienced EEs on this
> website say there's no sensible way of doing it.
It could possibly be done by measuring the flow of oil to the overhead camshaft
bearings. When the oil level is low then quite often the first thing that happens
is that the camshaft that doesn't end up receiving enough oil.
> Yet you continue to babble on like a passenger on the sunshine bus.
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