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When I start my 1999 ford explorer the oil presure gage does not

Rise until it has been runing for about 10min

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    and u keep driving this without having it checked?

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The oil pressure switch is a common problem on this vehical. Replace it.
It's located right by the oil filter. you will have to reach it from underneath the truck

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