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mf165 high oil pressure

Doug Murray I had my Perkins 203 completely rebuilt professionally. Since firing it up, it has had a small oil leak at the bottom of the clutch housing, which I understand could mean the rear main seal, the cup plug, or the four lower retaining bolts. But I've noticed that the oil pressure is REALLY high: on a hot engine its pegged, and down to 400 rpm (almost stalled!) its still 60 psi!! Are these values normal?
MF Poor The leak through the bellhousing weep hole could be as simple as the rear oil pan gasket. (I just went through that on my 3-cyl Perkins.)

Oil pressure could be a bevy of issues. (stopped up oil passage, pump relief stuck, ect....)

What type of oil are you using. (weight)



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