Get a good mechanical gauge hooked up so you can get a definitive reading. Then we can go from there. Like everyone else said, the stock gauges are notorious for giving false readings, so it could be (hopefully) a problem with the gauge itself or somewhere in the wiring.
An aftermarket mechanical gauge will give you a for sure reading.
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