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1984 S10 oil gauage on dash

My oil gauage goes the hole way up what does this mean?

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    brad Jan 28, 2009

    idk the gauge on my dash dont know if it is bad or what. what makes the gauge go all the way up shouldn't it stay in the middle?

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The Sending unit or the Gauge is bad

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