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Old 04-04-2005, 11:01   #1 (permalink)
Bill
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Should 2000 EB - Oil Pressure sending unit - Stuck?

The oil pressure gauge (I know it really is an idiot light with a needle),
appears to be stuck at the bottom until the engine warms a bit, then it
"pops" to the proper position. Does this behavior indicate a bad sending
unit?


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Old 04-05-2005, 10:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Should 2000 EB - Oil Pressure sending unit - Stuck?



Bill wrote:
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> The oil pressure gauge (I know it really is an idiot light with a needle),
> appears to be stuck at the bottom until the engine warms a bit, then it
> "pops" to the proper position. Does this behavior indicate a bad sending
> unit?


My 2000 Explorer did the same thing. Took it to the dealer because the
warranty was almost up. They said it was a bad sensor and replaced it.

Now our 2001 F-150 company truck is doing it. I'm not worried about it.


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