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What is wrong if the oil pressure gauge falls to zero every time you let off the accelerator and the Check Gauges light comes on and beeps?

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2004-08-20 11:28:33
2004-08-20 11:28:33

Have a manual gauge installed temposrarily and see if the sending unit is not correct. If it is you have engine problens.

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