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1998 Ford F-150 R/C 4.6

No Oil pressure and engine clatters

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FYI do not run this engine at all.Sounds like the oil pump is no longer working.The chatter you hear is from no oil gettin up into that part of the engine. Cam,Lifters,etc.

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    This job will require to remove the oil pan to excess the oil pump.Pretty much a major job. Mechanice required.

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