Thread: Low oil light
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Old 09-16-2012, 12:00 PM
hustlermidwest hustlermidwest is offline
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The good news is the low oil sensor is working. It was wise for you to watch your oil level on your unit. All new engines will burn a little oil until the rings sit and the engine is broken in. Be sure you check your oil level using the manufacturer guidelines found in your engine manual. Not all guidelines are the same. Assuming the machine is on level ground with proper oil level I would next look at RPM's. Your idle RPM's might be set too low not allowing the oil pump to run as fast as it should. Regardless, you need to bring the mower in for service. The issue sounds more like a Kawasaki issue and not one caused by the mower manufacturer. Warranties are for manufacturer defects, can't think of a reason this would not be covered.
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