I have a 2004 suburban. My oil pressure is at 80
when I turn it on and stays there whether it warm
or cold out. Seems to be running good. Should I
be concerned and not drive it or just get a new oil
You could temporarily install a manual gauge just too check the readings, or replace the oil pressure sender as these seem to be in the high fail category and see if that makes the gauge act better.
Yes, I agree if it is of any input.
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