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the oil pressure sender, a brass-colored cylinder just aft of the oil filter, is out. It's about that time in an R32's life when that sender goes out, which is pretty notorious for being somewhat short lived anyways.

A new one will set you back about $100 and will get your gauge reading fine again. A Z32 sender is the exact same unit and is easily found in the US, so you might avoid Skyline Tax by taking that route - which is how I got my oil sender.
 

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R32 oil pressure gauges/senders are notoriously innacurate and unreliable.

If you want a constant and accurate reading get an aftermarket oil pressure gauge.
 

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R32 oil pressure gauges/senders are notoriously innacurate and unreliable.

If you want a constant and accurate reading get an aftermarket oil pressure gauge.
can you t into the existing pressure sender to run an aftermarket guage,keeping the stock one operational or does the fitting of one render the stock guage lifeless???id hate to look up and see it at 0 all the time but its something id consider for an accurate reading;)
 

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My own experience taught me a valuable lesson,the stanard oil pump and the n1 are rubbish.
fit a jun or tomei
oil pump it will give you peace of mind. :thumbsup:
 
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