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Your oil pressure gauge remains at 80 all the time?

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2007-02-21 04:21:07
2007-02-21 04:21:07

If your oil pressure is remaining that high, I suggest having it checked with a manual pressure guage to see if the reading is accurate. It sounds to me as if you might have a bad oil sending unit. After checking it manually you may be pleasantly surprised to find that a new oil pressure sending unit will solve your problem. good luck.

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