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Where is the oils ending unit located on a 86 ford f150

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Where do I locate the oil sending unit on my 98 Ford F150 5.4 Triton engine?

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Engine knocks after starting and running after 2 minutes.oil guage dropped.let truck sit then started truck again ran for two minutes and started knocking this the oil pump and where is it located

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I have a 99 Ford F150 with a 5.4. It will start and run fine, no codes. After 2 minutes of running the oil pressure goes to zero. Shut off the engine and restart the oil pressure will go up to normal for...

Start by verifying the oil pressure sending unit. It is quite common for a bad sensor to act erratically, such as you have described. Acquire an oil pressure gauge and install it in an appropriate location, perhaps in place of the oil sending unit if a more convenient location is not available, and run the engine. Observe the pressure on the test gauge at various RPM and over a period of several minutes as the engine warms. If pressure on the gauge is good, then you have a problem either with the oil pressure sending unit, in the circuitry, or instrument panel gauge. However, the problem is most likely the sending unit. Note: the sending unit often requires a special socket, which may be obtained at any auto parts store. Also, if you don't own a test gauge or unwilling to purchase, many auto parts stores now rent tools, others even loan tools provided an adequate security deposit is made.

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Replacing an oil pump on a 1991 ford f150

if it's a 2wd it's posible to losen the motor mount's and do it from under the truck, i've doen it on my 86 5.0L but if u have a 4x4 u will have to unbolt the tranny to lift the motor hight enough to get to pomp, it's in the front side of the oil pan

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Oil pressure gauge shows no pressure when its cold out for about 5 minutes till it warms up 97 ford f150/4.6l. I use 10w30 oil, could there be a wire connection to the motor be shorting? where is it? Or is...

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