Question about 1995 Mazda MX-5
When an engine is cold,the first 5 min,the oil is thicker and you get a higher pressure reading
There isn't, a which is correct
You could have a bad sending unit, and thus inaccurate readings or engine wear causing it to drop off.
If your asking about different dip stick readings,then you only check your oil in the morning when all drained down and cold. Everyone knows that!
At running temp it should be the same,if you wait until it drains down,say a half hour
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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