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Oil gage stuck on max 2006 silverado

How do I fix oil gage stuck on high

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SOURCE: Oil pressure gage stuck on high

HI, you will need to replace the oil pressure sending unit(pressure switch), it has failed.

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SOURCE: oil gage buries all the way past high. after

Do you believe oil gage? Oil psi sensor can go bad. If PSI correct then is PCV valve clear?
I'm more inclined to think you have some kind of electrical problem, false gauge, ignition quits or fuel delivery problem. Extreme high oil PSI would blow out your engine seals, leaking oil everywhere. When you get high oil psi, does removing oil cap make it drop? Do you have good clean oil and filter?
When it quits do you have spark, fuel to delivery system? (throttle body or fuel inj) High oil psi shouldn't make truck hard to start. Baffling.

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SOURCE: Chevrolet 2006 Silverado 1500 4WD the oil pressure

try changing the sensor on the engine

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Do you believe oil gage? Oil psi sensor can go bad. If PSI correct then is PCV valve clear?
I'm more inclined to think you have some kind of electrical problem, false gauge, ignition quits or fuel delivery problem. Extreme high oil PSI would blow out your engine seals, leaking oil everywhere. When you get high oil psi, does removing oil cap make it drop? Do you have good clean oil and filter?
When it quits do you have spark, fuel to delivery system? (throttle body or fuel inj) High oil psi shouldn't make truck hard to start. Baffling.

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