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Bill Buchsbaum

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Answer # 1

Really only two possibilities if the vehicle is otherwise running properly. Either your oil pump is bad (likely a job for your favorite mechanic) or the oil pressure sending unit is failing (a simple replacement job). I suggest that you replace the sending unit and see if that cures the low pressure reading. You can pick up a new sending unit at just about any parts outlet, and they will likely have a diagram or photo showing the position of the unit in your vehicle.

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When was the last time that you had Your Oil & Filter Changed ?
This would be my first step. BUT! It wouldn't hurt to take a sheet of cardboard or carpet Toss it on the ground and CHECK FOR OIL LEAKS .

Hope this helps: Please let me know how you make out

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