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Couple ?'s about oil change

Ok, so I'm about to do an oil change BP 20w/50. Drain sump & tank change filter, and just fill tank with 9 or so quarts and start?

Also I noticed when I turn the key on the oil pressure goes right too 60 psi without the motor running. And only goes a little higher when running. Is this normal?

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Pretty much covered it.

Warm up the engine for a few minutes.
Drain the tank.
Drain the sump.
Pull the filter (check to make sure the old gasket was removed).
Install new filter (with a small amount of oil on the new gasket).
Fill the tank with 10 quarts
Check level and be prepared to add 1 more quart.

IIRC, the oil pressure is 1 bar per 1000 RPM. You might have a bad sending unit?
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IIRC, the oil pressure is 1 bar per 1000 RPM. You might have a bad sending unit?

Must be bad, because it reads 60psi without the engine running just the key on.

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