You have a few different problems and you are lumping them together. You got to seperate them into groups (electrical, cooling, mechanical) and solve them that way. Warning lights(electrical) and most times with electrical it is a bad contact or a bad ground.
That may even kill the low coolant light( but don't disconnect it and leave the wire loose) Something is wrong.
Make sure that all the connection tabs off the sensors are shiny clean and that the connector fits on tight and that the wire is not broken at the connector(happens alot on those thin wires). Is the connection grounding out when it shouldn't be or vice versa? The low oil pressure light MAY be confusing the "check engine sensor and it comes on as a backup warning(both are related to trouble in the engine room. It could be the sensor is faulty, but I would hazard to guess the wiring connections are the problem first. Correct that and see what happens.
With the chatter noise, from your description reminds me of pinging. Try changing the brand of gas and higher octane. It is an easy way to check. Work from there. Maybe a change to cooler plugs would be all that is required.
The pressure leak subject needs some more clarification.
These are suggestions that have worked for me on past project vehicles which I have suffered through.
Step by step you can overcome.
Monday, December 11th, 2006 AT 8:39 PM