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Just bought i am a mecanic oil pressure light on pulled valve cover looks good little dry havent put manual guage on yet just wanted to know if they had any probs in this area hits on all cyl. no rod knocks. thanks

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Do a manual oil pressure check for your own assurance and if it is within specs change the switch.

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