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Old 03-05-2008, 11:10 AM   #11
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On my '05 SLE I have 60psi at start up and then the gage moves between 25 and 35 psi. I thought it was suppose to hold steady at 40psi when warmed up? I do have fresh 5-30 and new filter in it. Any clues?
UPDATE: Took off the connector and put it back on,-now the O/P stays at 35-45-0 when at idle and warmed up!
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Yea, our oil pressure switches tend to get flaky.
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