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Low oil pressure while car is in idle..check gauge light comes on. I had the oil pump replaced and the sludge cleaned up. The check guage light still comes on when car is in idle and epecially when the car is hot.

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Sounds like your oil pump replacement was left too late.

sounds like a worn engine due to oil starvation with the previous low oil pressure and sludge problem.

to verify the oil pressure you need to fit an oil pressure guage. to make sure it isnt just a faulty oil pressure switch.

The specifications of the oil pressure for your vehicle will be in the haynes/bentley repair manual or find it online.

Do you have the corect grade of oil in it?

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