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Whenever I start up, either cold or warm, my oil pressure light stays on for a good 2 to 8 seconds and no reading on the oil pressure gauge, long enough for me to worry and hold my breath and debate shutting it down. it has oil, and im running royal purple. any Ideas? Is this normal?
04.5 qcsb 64 over s475, Flux 3's, full billet trans, ARP 425's, AD165, 37's, stock cp3, best 12.6 1/4 mile.
Sounds pretty normal to me. When its zero degrees F up here in Canada it takes a lot longer than that and it hasnt hurt my old girl yet and I use 15w40 Rotella all year round...
94 ctd 2500, auto, 2wd, bhaf, 5th wheel & gn hitch, full DTT tranny,Hewitt triple gauges and #10 plate now installed.Thats enough power for now. It Pulls a 3 horse alum. trailer 90% of time. Also 92 d250 with custom sleeper and lots of miles.
I'll agree with everyone above here...Mine stays on a bit but it goes off after a couple of seconds...Most of the time it's because of the cold...As long as your oil pressure gauge comes up, you should be good to go
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