North American Turbocoupe Organization

Stock Oil Pressure Gauge
Jr88TC Offline
Does the gauge read correct? If so i would seem i have low oil pressure. My car doesn't leak a drop and runs great. Is there anyway to be sure about the pressure.

Sirtopemshat Offline
Junior Member
My car and my friend's car always read high pressure. I dont know why.
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TurboZeke418 Offline
Senior Member
same here...mine is always high....but i have a pretty good oil leak too....doesn't make sense.
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JT Offline
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Quote:Originally posted by Jr88TC:
Does the gauge read correct?

More than likely, no.

Quote:bIs there anyway to be sure about the pressure.

Yes. Install an oil pressure tester in place of the stock sending unit to take a real-world reading. Or, just install a "T" fitting inline to the stock sending unit and get yourself either a mechanical or electrical oil pressure gauge and install it inside one of the bins in the consoles for continuous monitoring.


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