Just like your car’s water or coolant warning light, you might see an oil warning light flash up if oil temperature gets too high,
the level is low or oil pressure too low. It’s the latter two you want to avoid at all costs.
Oil is what lubricates your engine, with the oil pump used to spray the fluid to all corners of your engine.
If temperatures get too high, or even worse, level is low or oil pressure drops, the effectiveness
of the lubrication can be reduced or lost all together.
The result? Expensive engine damage, so if you see this warning sign,
stop and phone a Ricks Auto Service.