Question about 1998 Ford Windstar
I have a 1998 Ford Windstar, 3.0 engine and around 140k miles. My wife was coming home and the oil light came on. She continued to bring it home and when I checked it the oil was full and I didn't hear any rod knocking. I changer the sending unit and the light still didn't go off. I then attatched a gauge to the engine and had zero pressure. I can blow through the tube of the pressure gauge so there is no blockage there. I replaced the pump and even installed new bearings. still no pressure. I can hear little if any knock. Where do I go next?
Did you check the synchronizer assy? It is the piece with the cam sensor on top in place of the distributor. These have a tendency of breaking. It also drives the oil pump.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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