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What is the normal oil pressure on a 1977 Chevy 350 truck engine?

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2005-10-22 17:19:18
2005-10-22 17:19:18

I have a 1974 Chevy truck with the 350 V8 and the engine is in good shape. At idle the oil pressure is 35-40 PSI, at driving speed it goes up to about 50 PSI. Hope this helps.

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