How to Remove Oil Pickup Tube GM 4.2L - Part 1

Author channel Kevin Nadeau   8 мес. назад

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BEST way to remove engine sludge (prevent low pressure)

One of the biggest culprits that causes low oil pressure is engine sludge. Especially when it builds up on the pick up tube in the oil pan. Do you want to be proactive when it comes to keeping the sludge out of your engine. Changing your oil every 3000 miles is a good start. Even if synthetic oil starts to look dirty it's a good idea to change it. This video shows an effective method on how to get the grit out of your engine. Hope you enjoy the video.

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After an initial diagnosis of low oil pressure with a manual pressure gauge in my 2004 GMC Envoy (~255,000 miles), I decided to investigate the oil pickup tube. Come to find out, it was about 90% clogged!

In this Part 1 video, I start the process of accessing the oil pickup tube. It was a pretty involved process and took me 4 weekends to complete. Hope this is helpful to you. Stay tuned for future installments.

I Broke My Oil Pan (GM 4.2L Oil Pickup Tube Removal - Part 2)
Pickup Tube Goes Back On (GM 4.2L Oil Pickup Tube Removal - Part 3)
Diagnosing Envoy Low Oil Pressure Part 1
Diagnosing Envoy Low Oil Pressure Part 2
Diagnosing Envoy Low Oil Pressure Part 3
2004 GMC Envoy Shop Manual

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