Thread: HELP---RXP oil issues--HELP
08-17-2011, 08:07 PM #1
HELP---RXP oil issues--HELP
I just got done putting my motor together and im having a problem with oil circulation i think. I filled the oil and ran it for 30 seconds and let it sit for 30 and then checked it and it said i was a quart low..I added a quart. it read full at this point. Ran it again and it barely shows on the stick. Reluctantly i added another quart. Ran it again and it again barely shows on the stick. I have put almost 6 qts in at this point and i know it doesnt take this much. There are no leaks. I just replaced the rear oil pump and the front looks fine. I had this issue last year and i thought it was the pump and thats why i changed it. last year when i pulled the cam gear cover to adjust the cam timing oil poured out. It seems as though all the oil is going to the top of the motor and not coming back down... Any ideas????? HELP!!!!
08-17-2011, 08:16 PM #2
You should have stopped at 4 quarts on a fresh rebuild. You are gonna blow the seals. Take it out ASAP and put 3 back in.
08-17-2011, 08:27 PM #3
i already took the oil out. trying to figure out the issue
08-17-2011, 08:28 PM #4
OK! What did your oil pumps look like when you took them out?
08-18-2011, 08:17 PM #5
They really didn't look abnormal at all. Not really sure what a realbad one looks like I guess. A few scratches but no big gouges. I checked the oil to see if it drained down before I took it out. Even after a few hrs it still barely showed on the stick. I pulled the valve cover and all the oil was in the timing chain area. What the hell is going on. Where do these pumps actually supposed to pump the oil??
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