Oil gauge below marker i.e. not working, what causes it and how much to fix?

Asked by Aug 18, 2012 at 10:20 AM about the Ford Explorer Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Had dealer do oil change, alignment, and tuneup, then I noticed oil gauge below marker i.e. not working - could they have done it and how do you fix?

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Pull the dipstick to see if you have plenty of fluid. By "oil guage" I think you mean the oil pressure guage? If all looks good, It might just be a faulty sensor. Perform a compression check of all the cylinders to determine is you do have low pressure.

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