Last night when I was about to leave work. I got into my jeep and tried to crank it. It didn't the first time but the second time it did then shut off in a few seconds. My oil light was blinking and so was the check engine light. I looked under the hood and one of the hoses from my radiator to my thermostat(it looked like) was sucked together. And I opened my radiator and it was full. My oil is a little low. I don't know what else to look for or do.
My car has 111400 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.
I suggest having the vehicle scanned for any codes, then test and replace the oil pressure switch.
The collapsed coolant hose is a result of the radiator cap vent being clogged and the cap should be replaced. Lastly, the coolant should be serviced if old and not real green.
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