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No oil pressure reading first thing in the morning once itstarts to read its fine the rest of the day

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Start by replcing your opil pressure switch

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I'd use a fuel pressure gage, check fuel pressure, key on, engine off, first thing in the morning, 60--66 psi, spider fuel system. If you have the spider fuel stem, that system is noted for problems.
There is a service bulletin for cold start-up problems, caused by fuel poppet valves sticking. Once you get it started, it runs fine the rest of the day. The poppet cleaning procedure shows to be a shop procedure.

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your first problem is that you are taking it to a mechanic with questionable qualifications
engines don't clear throats or have relays do it for them
the car has an onboard reporting system called an ECM and any mechanic who knows his trade would connect a scanner to the data plug and read the fault codes ( you can do that at autozone or like spares shops for free)
knowing the fault codes , the faulty sensors can then be fixed or replaced
from your description of the problem it appears to be a cold engine problem as you say runs well for the rest of the day
That indicates an ambient temp sensor, Baro sensor, MAP/VAF sensor and low fuel pressure from a faulty fuel pressure regulator sensor problem
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Sounds like a bad pressure sending unit, or a partially plugged passage going to it. First though, check that the wire connection is good on the unit. Sometimes just adding a good additive such as marvel oil will free it up sufficiently to restore function. With no noises etc, that's the most likely source of your problem. If not, driving as you have been the engine would be junk by now!!!
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try to locate the fuel pressure regulator, and unplug the vacium hose going to it, if you smell or se fuel at all, that means the fuel pressure regulator is bad and need to be replaced

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