Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
What would be causing the gauge to go off the scale (high end) while accelerating and then after its stopped for a few seconds it drops back to the normal range?
Try replacing the oil filter and oil make sure u use the right grade oil for it if it still does it u need yo go to mechanic or if u have one connect a external oil pressure gauge to the engine to check if the car gauge is reading correctly if it is reading right then the oil pressure releif vale is stikking
if the car gauge is reading wrong change oil pressure sender
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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