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2005 nissan armada oil gauge

My 2005 nissan armada's oil gauge fluctuates when I accelerate. I hadn't noticed this before. Is his normal

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No,,, fluctuations mean =low oil pressure,oil level low,oil old or too thin viscotly,oil pump loosing or not develloping the correct pressure
pressure release valve spring weakened

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