Question about 1986 Ford Thunderbird
I would check that the engine oil level is high, then I would check that the pressure is high enough by plugging a gauge into the oil pressure switch socket after removing the oil pressure switch.
There is a possibility that the oil pressure switch is bad, or the oil pump has failed, unfortunately.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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