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Engine Oil Pressure
A pressure sensor is fitted to the engine to monitor engine oil pressure. When the ignition is ON and the engine is NOT run-
ning, there is no oil pressure and the operator is informed of this by a warning lamp (Figure 45, Item 22) on the EMS.
The pressure is further monitored by a 20-segment bar graph gauge (Figure 45, Item 21). This gauge measures and displays the
"real-time" pressure when the engine is running.
When the ignition is ON and the engine is running, if the engine oil pressure fall below a pre-determined level the EMS will
illuminate the warning lamp (Figure 45, Item 22), sound the internal and external buzzers, display the message "ENGINE
OIL" on the LCD, activate a warning light on the front console warning light panel, and the segments of the bar graph gauge
(Figure 45, Item 21) will flash.
Figure 45. Engine Oil Pressure