Question about 2005 Ford Focus
You may want to check your belts, make sure they are all turning as the engine is running.
check your oil to be sure it is not overfull or underfull.
Make sure it's not overheating.
If you have an autozone nearby and have verified the oil and temp are fine, they usually will hook up a code scanner to identify any problems with sensors and such.
You may also want to just inspect the wire that goes to the oil pressure sending unit and/or oil pressure switch, either loose or disconnected can cause the engine light to come on.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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