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Thunderbird sc not getting oil pressure...

I took my car to get my transmission rebuilt and the mechanic said that the first thing he noticed was that my car wasn't getting any oil pressure. when u turn the car on in the morning it makes a loud noise.. like a ticking knocking sound. it fades away as the car warms up. i wonder what it could be. does anyone have a clue. by the way my oil pressure gauge doesn't work do you think that could be the problem..

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