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oil pressure at idle?

i luckily have access to snap on scanner, and i was wondering where my high pressure oil pressure should be at idle. right now its sitting at high 500's to low 600's
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Somewhere around 500psi depending on programing. What are your RPM's at idle, the TPS could be slightly out of adjustment, raising idle and pressure.

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Rpms were around 600 I believe. I thought this was low psi, but I guess it's about normal. Any sign an HPOP is wearing out? Or will it just go?
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