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Old 07-14-2014, 07:42 PM
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Operating Oil Pressure

2011 335i, what is the standard operating oil pressure?
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For the record, the dashboard gauge reports oil temperature, not pressure. Normal operating temperature reads 230-260 F, depending on conditions.

If OP is actually asking about normal system pressure...beats me. We don't have an OE gauge for that.
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Thanks for the reply. I meant temp over pressure.
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For the record, the dashboard gauge reports oil temperature, not pressure. Normal operating temperature reads 230-260 F, depending on conditions.

If OP is actually asking about normal system pressure...beats me. We don't have an OE gauge for that.
My 2006 325i has an even more useless "instantaneous mpg" gauge in that location that basically just tells you how hard you are pressing the accelerator pedal.
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