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hi i got a Blox oil pressure gauge for almost a 6 months now from a buddy brand new never been installed only by me. I installed it it worked grreat for a long time. I used it and one day it seems to move if i start it up the gauge moves. It don't move after a while and then i restart it moves. Its been doing this for a while now The gauge seems to not work at all only like 10psi.
I know my car has oil pressure it runs hard and don't sound broken.

how do i diagnose if its the actual oil pressure sensor or the oil pressure gauge itself?
Please anyone can you let me know thanks.
 

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Everything Blox I used I had to replace with a better quality brand. Blox is just garbage imho!

Check out ProSport.com for gauges
 

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Everything Blox I used I had to replace with a better quality brand. Blox is just garbage imho!

Check out ProSport.com for gauges
^This

Blox is just name brand ching chong knockoff stuff anyways. Get a good name brand and see if it changes.

Did you get an electrical or mechanical one?
 

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Blox is good for shiftknobs or anything else thats not performance related. Ive replaced LCAs, Fuel pressure gauge, Fuel pressure regulator, and a few other things..


Blox's shitty parts is like the sirens song, Not always what it seems, but who among us can resist.. Shiny new parts for low price.. Just give me your Blox money, Ill kick you in the nuts and then you can save for the better brand.
You pay for the real parts after Blox's fail. SO you pay twice for the right part. Just save up for the real part the 1st time.


EDIT: If i lived in cali, Blox has a car show at their location. I would save all their shitty parts i had to replace and throw them on their doorstep and leave.
 

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