1999 Ford Explorer Q&A
1999 Ford Explorer Question: replacement, oil pump
On a Ford Exploer, 5.0 engine, the pump is in the oil pan. However, does the axle need to be removed to get to the pump and eventually replace? - Visitor
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Had the oil pump changed about 8 months ago and now it has gone bad again. What would cause this? Is there something else that drives the oil pump like a gear or belt?
I just had new head gaskets and timing chain replaced. Now the oil gauge is going nuts and the engine is ticking. The mechanic is saying the oil pump needs to be replaced. I haven't had the car b...
Problem just started. Oil pressure gauge shows no oil. Checking oil at dipstick shows it's full. Valves began clicking loudly. Do I need new oil pump or could it be something clogged. What's the co...
HOW MUCH TO REPLACE OIL PUMP?
The oil pump on my 99 explorer went out about 6 months ago. I had it replaced and now it has gone out again. How can this happen? I have never even heard of one oil pump going out. Is there som...