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Why is my Ford territory oil pressure light intermittently coming on
Firstly check your all Oil pressure switches if they are not faulty.
Remove your electrical oil pressure switch and fit a mechanical oil pressure switch and start the motor:Oil Pressure reading should be between 4-8 bar on the gauge.
Motor must be at working temperature.
If Oil Pressure is below 4 bar their could be a problem on your crankshaft.Depending on milage.
Your Big end and Main bearings determine your oil pressure.
If the engine milage is high this can cause oil pressure fluctuation as their is wear on the bearings.
on Apr 10, 2018
I have a ford territory st 2007 turbo the brake system is faulty. first the brakes lock. I replace the master cylinder. I try to bleed the brake system, but could not manage to do so. I send the car t
Without getting too technical, is it possible the new Master cylinder was defective or the brake lines put on the wrong connections? Find a similar vehicle on a car resale lot and take pictures of the Master cylinder. Compare to yours.
If you have antilock brakes, there is a control box which has flow valves inside. It affects the flow of brake fluid after the Master Cylinder pushes the fluid out.
A properly equipped repair place would connect hydraulic gauges to the brake lines to see how pressure was distributed. The Mechanic would then know where the pressure drop is.
What may be happening is there are reports of collapsed rubber brake hoses. The rubber inside the hose forms one-way flaps that trap brake fluid so that the pressure can not release when you take your foot off the brake pedal. Your brakes use a combination of steel and rubber lines. This means all you need to try is changing the rubber portion of the lines to the wheel calipers.
on Dec 08, 2014
Location of oil filter
Your oil filter is mounted on the lower centre left side of the engine block.
Some have oil coolers fitted and others not depending on the country .
on Aug 27, 2014
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