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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: oil pressure needle at H
sounds like an oil pressure sening unit un plug it whilf its running and see if the gauge goes too zero,if not then the prob is the gauge, the sending unit is only about 15.00 at auto zone and easy too put in
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
Most likely it's the oil sending sensor, located beside the oil filter. You can change it, just be sure to have old newspaper or rags laying around the area where you will work, because a little oil will be lost. The part isn't expensive, for mine on a Ford Expedition was around $35 and took 5 minutes to change. Just un-plug the connector going to the sensor, and a larger wrench will be needed, large (7/8, 15/16) somewhere in that range of size.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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