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Your 93 jeep 4 cylinder reads 65-70 oil pressure is this normal has 75k miles everything else ok?

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2007-03-13 18:17:00
2007-03-13 18:17:00

I have a 95 four-banger and the gauge is normally around 55-65. It is a little high, but the manual says that the pressure relief wont kick in until 75. So I guess it is still in good operation range.

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