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I have a 2005 gmc yukon and the oil pressure gauge is all the way up to 80. i got and oil change but the gauge is still up.. any suggestions?

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GMC Vehicles are notourious for that particular issue, it's not a huge issue, however the repair can only be done by a licenced mechanic and it usually costs about 550$ canadian.

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