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My 2001 ford explorer sport has oil pressure when i first turn it on, then after driving it i lose pressure and a clacking noise starts.

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Have you changed oil and filter on vehicle recently?
if so did this start after that.
you might want to change to 10-30 oil but use a good oil
like casrol gtx

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