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oil always reads high, is this bad? thx

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Check your oil level. Is it high? Is it low? If no, i would say your good, (however you may have a bad sensor). If it is one of those two, fix it, and then see what you get. I'd rather have slightly high oil pressure then low oil pressure.

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ya, its normal level

must be a bad sensor

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never said it is, just could be. or it could be you just have high oil pressure. i have no idea.

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