Question about 1990 Ford F150
Oil pressure drops when engine rpm is below 1200
You probably have a high mileage engine. Change the oil and go to a heavier oil viscosity and use a quality oil filter. This should help a little. If the engine has many miles on it this is about all you can do to boost the oil pressure. I don't know what engine you have. So you have one of two possibles here. A 302, a 351. A high mileage engine in either of these two engine configurations should have at least 20 pounds pressure at an idle and should rise as the engine rpm's increase. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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