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If you are using the original dash gauge it isn't a gauge. It is a dummy light posing as a gauge. I am not 100% sure about a 1994 but here is a link you may be interested in.

http://www.rowand.net/shop/tech/FordOilPressureGaugeFix.htm

Here is the same thing in a 1994 Thunderbird

http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.php?s=d6e024bf2a3a5314e1235adb97a61288&t=75977

Or it could be the sending unit failing (I have had 2 go bad.)

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