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1: oil pressure sensor/wiring
2: blockage
3: pump
4: faulty gauge

Start with the easy and most likely suspects first.
Pull the sensor and check for proper operation and meter-check the wiring.
If the sensor checks out, pull the oil filter and mount at the block and check for blockages (replace filter).

The first two easy and obvious checks cover 70% of the low-to-no pressure problems.

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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