Maybe. You need to determine what the problem is before throwing parts at it. Rent or borrow an oil pressure gauge. You can usually do this at Advanced, Autozone, Pep Boys, etc. Remove the oil pressure switch and install the fitting or sending unit for the gauge. Crank the engine over to see how much pressure, if any, is built up. If none, then you need to replace the oil pump. If you get at least 15PSI, you need to replace the oil pressure switch.
Once that is taken care, you need to determine why it isn't starting. Make sure there is fuel and spark.
Thursday, December 29th, 2011 AT 6:29 AM