Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
Check your oil, make sure level is okay. I do not like to through parts at a problem without diagnoising it first, but oil pressure sensors are fairly cheap, you could just replace it, and see if that fixes the problem, or have the sensor checked and make sure the gauge is working correctly.
MAKE SURE THE RIGHT OIL IS IN THE ENGINE, A WRONG GRADE CAN PRODUCE DIFFERENT OIL PRESSURES
Posted on May 25, 2010
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