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Oil pressure gauge stays on high when truck is set in drive is that safe just chanfe oil and air filter

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: High oil pressure reading

Oil sending unit bad. Replace.

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 GMC Sierra High Oil Pressure

if it is electrical oil pressure sensor I would start there. The best way to see if you have a major problem is to use a mechanical oil pressure tester. Take off the oil pressure sensor and put the mechanical tester on. The tester should come with a Gage. If it comes within your trucks oil pressure range than all is fine and replace the sending unit and see if that don't help your problem.If the tester runs high then the oil pump is bad or your cam-bearings could be the problem. But with cam-bearings you would usually get a low reading.

Posted on Mar 14, 2009

SOURCE: oil pressure gauge stays at top, about 80 psi, is this normal

80 is on the high side for those... possibly a sending unit issue

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: high oil pressure in my humer h2

If you had read the Owners Manual, the H2's Oil specification is 5w30 and not 10w30. I only know this because I own one. Before doing so please resort to owners manual to verify the oil type. This is what I would do but don't quote me. I am no H2 professional mechanic. I am very sure H2's technical problem may originate from the oil sensor. in turn it may affect the spark plugs (only) and oil filter. By changing out the oil, oil filter, spark plugs and oil sensor it should return to normal.

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: the oil pressure guage on my 2006 nissan frontier

The guage may rise a little when you accelerate the vehicle...but if it is pegged high, and does not fluctuate, when you turn your ignition key on an off...Your oil pressure switch maybe going bad...Goodluck

Posted on Dec 04, 2009

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I have a 2004 Nissan Titan with 98,500. Yesterday my oil pressure gauge started staying on high all the time while the truck is on. When i turn it off then the gauge drops all the way.


Replace oil pressure sending unit. Sender is located on the engine block close to the oil filter. Usually has one wire connected to it.

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The computing system on your vehicle has no safe mode for running low on oil . The only thing that will happen is the check gauges light will come on.
The oil pressure gauge is an analog device that is located in the IPC. The oil pressure gauge is operated directly by the oil pressure sensor circuit. As the engine oil pressure changes, the resistance of the sensor and the current flow in the oil pressure gauge changes. The current flow in the oil pressure gauge causes the needle to move in order to appropriately display the engine oil pressure. A sensor resistance of 1ohms will display as 0 kPa (0 PSI) and a resistance of 88 ohms will display as 80 kPa (80 PSI ). The IPC also monitors the oil pressure sensor circuit and interprets the current flow in this circuit in order to determine when the engine oil pressure is too low. If the oil pressure is too low, the check gauges tell tale will turn on. The oil pressure sender is located on the left side of the 2.2L. The 4.3L engine, oil pressure sender is located at the top left side, near the distributor/high voltage switch.
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Has 358000 miles, just had leaks repaired. Twice since my oil pressure gauge reads no pressure but not all the time? Why


1. Oil Pressure Gauge Not Working You will notice this happens when your oil pressure gauge is not reading, whether the engine is turned off, idle or running. Try to step on the gas to rev up the engine. If the oil pressure gauge still doesn't change its reading, your gauge is busted. It's best to replace it as soon as possible because you won't have any idea if your car is already overheating or not.
2. Oil Pressure Gauge Reading Too Low When your engine is idle, the oil pressure gauge will have a low reading. When the engine starts running or when you're already cruising or on the freeway, your gauge's reading should have increased. If it stays on a low reading, then you now your oil pressure gauge is broken.
3. Oil Pressure Gauge Reading Too High Another common oil pressure gauge problem is when your oil pressure gauge is reading too high when your engine is idle or when it's turned off. Rep

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Oil gauge on 91 Dodge Dakota suddenly running very high but plenty of oil


have a mechanic test the oil pressure with a mechanical gauge
it is more than likely that the electric sender unit has failed and is sticking internally
the tic noise could be a relay working from an intermittent power supply or bad ground

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Probably pressure sending gauge. Can't recall its exact location gotta be in block between ( or next to oil filter) and cam shaft. Unplug it put your pressure tester in its place and check your pressure.If a-ok either clean out the unit with compressed air or replace it . Replacement is the better option. Also check the wiring to the gauge it might be gounded. If pressure is still high when your checking it (which I really doubt) .....keep me posted I'll walk you threw it.

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bout the oil pressure gauge its normal to go up but not to high coz u might overheat, try checking the cylinderhead gasket if there is pressure coming out, replace the gasket if needed

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Any waranties left? Is oil full? Any noises from engine? Did you put a mechanical gauge on it and check "real" oil pressure? (I would not drive it 'till I was sure about actual oil pressure!!)

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check oil pressure with test gauge from near large engine oil filter and cooler assembly, to rule out sender unit issue, if same readings check oil pick up sucking air O ring leaking?
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would be best to have oil pressure checked with a mechanical gauge to be sure you have oil pressure.
hopefully you just have a bad oil pressure switch this is located on oil filter adapter rt above filter

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