well, it'* gonna sit until I get some money to fix it
. 'cause I'm 100% broke
Anyways, here'* what I think:
You could also have a spun bearing which is blocking an oil passage. This would quickly destroy the crankshaft which is why you need to get this resolved quickly.
I've been driving the car for about 1400 miles with this issue, and I think that a spun bearing would have destroyed it by now.
You either are very unlucky & have purchased a defective sender or you do in fact have too much oil pressure. You could try another sender or buy a mechanical gauge to check the pressure. The auto parts store may give you a new sender if you tell them you think it'* defective.
I think that'* the most likely scenario. It did suffer quite a large drop (four feet off the roof of the car), so that could have done it, and I installed it myself, so it might not have been done right. I'm gonna drive it to the shop just to get it looked at on Monday; my parents are good friends with the guy, and he said he'd look at it for free
One more thing, the thing is that this only happens part of the time, almost all the time it'* normal.