I'd recommend to use a workshop manometer to get accurate results (it doesn't have
a sender unit), i guess it's probably cheaper to have the oil pressure measured in a
workshop instead of buying an instrument (? but who knows in Uruguay?)
The workshop manometers have thread adaptors too. One less thing to worry about.
I saw where the sensor needs to go now on the engine block
Well I called my insurance company, they said on the phone they could come to my house and measure the oil pressure.
When the machanic arrived, he said they don't carry those instruments. The guys on the phones don't know anything!!! Lol
Anway we talked and listened carefully to the engine.
he said the tappet noise was very small, nothing to worry about now, but he said to get the pressure checked, but finding a workshop that has the tool may be difficult.
Other option is to buy the sensor and gauge myself.
If the pressure is ok, and the tappet noise doesn't get worse then not to worry.
But if it gets worse and the pressure is ok then obviously I'll have to take them out.