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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 01/05/12 9:54 pm PST

    Could be a sensor or perhaps the baffling in the oil pan (the partitions that keep the oil from sloshing around) has come loose. It's also possible I guess that the oil pickup tube to the oil pump is loose and you're sucking in air. Are you possibly over-filled with oil? That can cause cavitation (churning) and affect oil pressure.

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  • MrShift@Edmunds 01/05/12 9:54 pm PST

    Could be a sensor or perhaps the baffling in the oil pan (the partitions that keep the oil from sloshing around) has come loose. It's also possible I guess that the oil pickup tube to the oil pump is loose and you're sucking in air. Are you possibly over-filled with oil? That can cause cavitation (churning) and affect oil pressure.

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