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Old 01-08-2005, 03:10 AM
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Question odd problem

Well,I'm a newbie here,but i've owned Fords since '84
92 Ranger with no oil pressure when it warms up.
Normal when its cool.
Also,no knocks,rattles or pings at idle.
A bad sensor?(I hope)
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Try taking the lead off the sensor & grounding it direct to the engine. If this makes the guage move, then I'd agree with the faulty sensor theory.
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Thanks Dealford.
I'll try that.
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