Low pressure is NEVER good. Pressure should be within rage at all engine RPM and temperature.
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|Originally posted by cmechmann:|
I would tee in a mechanical gauge to test what the real pressure is first to see if is not a wear problem.
Yes. Never trust dash gauge anytime you have problems.
because if braking the car or brake lights On causing your issue then could be:
Have wiring/ground problems
Oil Pump and/or pickup tube have problems
low oil level. OP sender and tube or filter can leak w/o a big oil slick in a driveway.
Update/upgrade to 88 sender
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