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Oh no whats wrong can you spot it?

well something is wrong in this picture can you tell what it is?
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and as soon as i got home i put my cd player in! thanks for the deal Jewler.
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your seatbelt's not on...shame on you
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haha sorry but i was sitting in the drive way.
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NO OIL PRESSURE!!!! turn off your engine to avoid terminal failure!!!! hahaha
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PRND12 or what?
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Is your oil gauge broken?
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No oil pressure is FTMFL!!!!
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took me a double glance to spot the oil pressure.

is that just the gauge going wacko, or do you really not have any oil pressure?
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noticed the oil guage soon as i looked at it
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I'd say replace your oil sending unit sensor, but your "check gauges" light isn't on. I think your gauge itself could be f'ed.
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I think it's time for an update.
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and I think its time to CLEAN YOUR TRUCK!
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change you oil pressure sending switch. I had same problem change the switch all is fine now.
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just get you a set of mecanical guages, thats what i did
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God your truck is filthy.
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Radio looks the same before and after
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PRND12 or what?
Nope its a manual

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and I think its time to CLEAN YOUR TRUCK!
yes i know it has been sitting at home for months and i dont ever have time to go out and clean everything but im going to this summer.

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Radio looks the same before and after
changed from a tape player to a cd/tape player!


As for the oil gauge. when i took my dash apart to replace the bulbs i blew it out with the air hose to clean it a little and the needles were spining around i thought i had them all back in the right place but a couple weeks later relized i didnt have any oil pressure. if you look closely you can see that the needle is below the pin so it spun around backwards. had to take it apart again and put it back in the right spot. good job
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My guage is at the same spot!! how the hell do you get it back on top of the little needle?
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I took the dash apart untill it looked like this and shoved a peice of bailing wire into the hole in the bottom right corner and used it to push it around.
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Here is the link to take the dash apart. You dont have to take the cluster out unless you are still having trouble.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=65263
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i can't believe i missed this thread. about a year ago when my truck would idle @ red lights, the oil gauge would go nuts and smack back and forth against the pin, until finally it went under it. where it's been ever since.

no check engine, no codes, no problem...
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Cool, thanks man. I'm not crazy about taking the dash apart again, but it better than not having a working guage.
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i can't believe i missed this thread. about a year ago when my truck would idle @ red lights, the oil gauge would go nuts and smack back and forth against the pin, until finally it went under it. where it's been ever since.

no check engine, no codes, no problem...
Your "check gages" light isn't on?
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Your "check gages" light isn't on?
Mine wasnt either. i still had oil pressure but the pointer was below the needle so it just couldnt read right.
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