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What could cause my oil gauge to read 80 when ever I turn on my truck?

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  • Samuel Padron Oct 08, 2010

    Thanks, you have been a great help.

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Hello: If when yor truck is running it reads 80psi all the time it could mean you have a bad wire or a failed sensor. The sensor is located in the back of the intake manifold which has to be removed to allow access to the sensor to replace it.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

  • Samuel Padron Oct 08, 2010

    Thanks will check that out. Truck also has a few codes that need to be corrected maybe you can help me with them also PO449 and P0455. This truck has just turned over 200,000 miles

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    Darryl Kazemba Oct 08, 2010

    Sir: Codes P0449 and P0455 pertain to the evap system, it could be as simple as a bad gas cap or vent valve. But I've had these codes an it ended up being a bad circuit and or no power to the valve. The engine control module provides a ground to the vent valve to activate it when required. The system really needs to be diagnosed wi a scan tool as you could spend a lot of money and it still not be fixed. Whish I could be of more help.

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