Q: Oil gauge is on N or O and not midline.

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I had an oil change done and it show at midline but then had the water pump and hoses replaced and now with a full oil bc i check the oil stick several times, the needle on oil gauge stays N or O, it doesn't show L or H, it stays at the begining of the word normal.

My car has 706000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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