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have the oil pressure check mechanically to remove the pump as a source of the problem
check the oil level in the sump to remove that as a source of the problem
replace the oil pressure sender or sensor unit
- Spark Plugs (make sure they are gaped properly) - Spark Plug Wires - Coil Packs (if needed) or Distributor Cap & Rotor (which ever so equipped) - Air Filter - Fuel Filter - Oil - Oil Filter - Transmission Filter (optional) - Transmission Fluid (optional if you do change the trans filter you will need the fluid) - PCV Valve (optional) - Bottle Of Fuel Injector Cleaner (add to fuel tank kind)
Its in on the left side front of the engine just below and to the right of the alternator. Its hidden from normal view and access to it is easier once the front wheels have raised by ramps. I apologize that no diagram is available. Regards, Joe ps - kindly rate my answer as helpful. thank you.