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2013 Ram 3500 Engine Oil Filter Mopar

P311-27D1F06    W0133-1837295  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Mopar
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2013 - Ram 3500
Mopar
2011 Ram 2500 Engine Oil Filter Mopar

P311-032EE28    W0133-1815417  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
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2011 - Ram 2500
Mopar
2014 Ram ProMaster 1500 Engine Oil Filter Mopar

P311-39534E1    W0133-1982376  New

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Mopar Engine Oil Filter
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2014 - Ram ProMaster 1500
Premium Guard
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 4.7L Premium Guard

P311-0E90C3B    PO4651  New

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$3.27
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Supersede: Replaces PG291 once inventory is depleted
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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Vehicle Block CC CID
2011 - Ram Dakota V - 285
Premium Guard
2013 Ram 2500 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Premium Guard

P311-5C1A901    PO2222  New

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$3.11
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2013 - Ram 2500 V - 345
Premium Guard
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.7L Premium Guard

P311-37AABCB    PO2500  New

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$3.11
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2011 - Ram Dakota V - 226
Premium Guard
2012 Ram C/V Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Premium Guard

P311-1B84B17    PO6135  New

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$5.36
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2012 - Ram C/V V 3604 220
Hastings
2015 Ram Ram Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Hastings

P311-150A188    LF110  New

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$7.95
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 108
Brand: Hastings
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2015 - Ram Ram V 5655 345 Mexico
Hastings
2013 Ram 1500 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L Hastings

P311-1D8E1D7    LF656  New

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$7.04
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
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    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 180
Brand: Hastings
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2013 - Ram 1500 V 3604 220
Hastings
2012 Ram 1500 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.7L Hastings

P311-328DA5B    LF637  New

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$8.53
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
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    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 180
Brand: Hastings
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2012 - Ram 1500 V - 226
Hastings
2016 Ram 2500 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 6.7L Hastings

P311-18730AC    LF608  New

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$11.14
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
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    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 132
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Aspiration Block CC CID Engine VIN Fuel Type
2016 - Ram 2500 Turbocharged L - 408 L DIESEL
Hastings
2011 Ram 4500 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 6.7L Hastings

P311-18730AC    LF608  New

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$11.14
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • w/L6-408 (6.7L) Eng. Lube OE Number : 5083285AA
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 132
Brand: Hastings
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Vehicle Aspiration Block CC CID Fuel Type
2011 - Ram 4500 Turbocharged L - 408 DIESEL
Hastings
2016 Ram ProMaster City Engine Oil Filter 4 Cyl 2.4L Hastings

P311-480340B    LF636  New

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$7.95
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 180
Brand: Hastings
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2016 - Ram ProMaster City L 2360 144
Hastings
2014 Ram 4500 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 6.4L Hastings

P311-480340B    LF636  New

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$7.95
Hastings Engine Oil Filter
  • w/V8-392 (6.4L) Eng. Lube OE Number : 4892339AA
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 180
Brand: Hastings
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2014 - Ram 4500 V 6424 392
Premium Guard
2011 Ram 2500 Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 6.7L Premium Guard

P311-0367ACB    PO5335  New

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$6.23
Premium Guard Engine Oil Filter
  • Pronto Standard Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2011 - Ram 2500 L - 408
Beck Arnley
2012 Ram C/V Engine Oil Filter Beck Arnley

P311-5C7B204    041-0865  New

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$9.15
Beck Arnley Engine Oil Filter
Brand: Beck Arnley
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2012 - Ram C/V
Fram
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 4.7L Fram

P311-30F2085    TG2  New

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$9.37
Fram Engine Oil Filter
  • Spin-on Oil Filter
  • TOUGH GUARD
Brand: Fram
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2011 - Ram Dakota V - 285
Fram
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Oil Filter 6 Cyl 3.7L Fram

P311-0D00CD8    TG10575  New

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$9.37
Fram Engine Oil Filter
  • Cartridge Oil Filter
  • TOUGH GUARD
Brand: Fram
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2011 - Ram Dakota V - 226
Fram
2013 Ram 1500 Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Fram

P311-30F2085    TG2  New

Qty:
$9.37
Fram Engine Oil Filter
  • Longer version Spin-on Oil Filter
  • TOUGH GUARD
Brand: Fram
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2013 - Ram 1500 V - 345
Fram
2011 Ram Dakota Engine Oil Filter 8 Cyl 4.7L Fram

P311-0B1E8C9    XG2  New

Qty:
$11.22
Fram Engine Oil Filter
  • Spin-on Oil Filter
  • ULTRA
Brand: Fram
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2011 - Ram Dakota V - 285

Latest Ram Repair and Oil Filter Installation Advice

CarJunky AutoAdvice

Location of oil pressure sender 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L Diesel

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Question From bowldidley on Location of oil pressure sender 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L Diesel

Could someone please give me the location of the oil pressure sender on a 2001 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L Cummins Turbo Diesel. Having Trouble locating it and think it's the problem. Gauge reads 0 oil pressure - changed oil - started it up and shut it down - checked oil filter - plenty of oil getting to the filter. Am I on the right track and if so need to know where to locate
the sender>

Please

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

I shouldn't have even replied to this as I'm not sure but this looks real important so I'll suggest some places. The sender switch is probably located near the oil filter and may require a special tool to remove it. If a single wire it would likely be that the switch post is direct ground or dead open with engine off and is like a resistor as oil pressure builds up. Works kind of like a dimmer switch.

I think it would be more likely that wiring is pulled apart, broken or chaffed somewhere. If multiple wires use all caution as then it could be a direct line of info for the computer. As early as 1970 some cars shut the engine down if the switch was broken or read zero pressure,

T

Response From bowldidley

Tom,

Just wanted to say thankyou very much for responding. Yes, this is very
important. I recently got divorced and I am on my own. I am fair at some
mechanics but I don't know this diesel very good. Trying to learn. I have
looked and looked but because I can't find a picture of this sender I kinda
am lost. So thankyou for your response. It is very much appreciated, more than you know.

Pam

Response From way2old

See it this picture helps you.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Mr. W2O - that's perfect and so glad you jumped in. If that was my own vehicle I would freak till I figured that out. That diag should do the trick,

T

gas in oil

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Question From ramhead on gas in oil

99 ram 2500 5.9 L gas 240,000 120,000 miles on this engine . -35 F did not start . put in heated shop for a week ,still dumping fuel in cylinders ,like full stream . Changed oil because of gas in it ,new plugs,checked voltage to injectors and sensors also ohms for injectors in range . any ideas ? This is a MPI system.Thanks for any help.

Response From cewjoe71

Check engine Compression, maybe a bad rings? hope that helped I know its probly an expensive on. If you dont have a compression tester most auto parts stores will lend or rent one.

Response From re-tired

Are you getting a lot of fuel in all the cylinders or just one ? Compression will be low if a large amount of gas is washing the oil off the rings and going in the crankcase. Get a noid light from auto parts house and check all injector plugs while cranking eng. It shold blink . You could have a shorted driver in ecm. Another possiblity is a stuck open injector. Also , if your year has a pressure regulator (a snmall round can with a vac hose) on the fuel rail., take vac hose off and cycle key. if fuel comes out replace it..Whatever you find be sure to change oil/filter before driving .

Response From ramhead Top Rated Answer

I think it was all injectors ,after we had all cylinders dried out ,we cranked it over and just fuel vapor came out . we had all plugs out when doing this . We thought it was just too cold and fixed its self (wishful thinking) or ice in fuel. We changed oil ,filter and pumped oil into cylinders ,cranked over with fuel pump relay out and plugs out to help with compression . We put plugs back in and everything else cranked over . WE got it to fire on each cylinder that was all pulled plug was wet with gas.I think I should try the noid light check. thanks for now

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

ramhead; Couple of things come to mind...Check coolant temp sensor reading on scan tool. Check MAP/BARO reading, also. Report back with readings... Are you certain that you are getting spark to the plugs during crank? You can try 'clear flooding' by holding the throttle to the floor. By doing this, you are shutting off the fuel and giving full air. (don't pump the pedal...just hold it to the floor,,,if it starts running, back off so as not to over rev the engine)

Response From ramhead

I tried the noid light it blinked normal. I cleaned battery post ,charged up battery and held gas pedal down. Wow it started up .Tried starting up several times ,started every time ran like a charm. It did not have a pressure regulator on the fuel rail I think its on top of fuel tank. Thanks for all the help I still don't know what was the problem,only thing maybe disconnecting battery reset something?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

ramhead; Thanks for the update. Glad it worked. Still, may want to 'look' at the CTS so it doesn't happen again.

Using oil

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Question From Guest on Using oil

Hi,

Thank you for letting me share my car problem with you, hopefully someone will help solve the problem. I have a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 full size truck with a crew cab, automatic and a 5.2 L engine. The truck had 60,000 miles on it when I purchased it three years ago and now has 75,000 miles.

The truck runs very well and has plenty of power, although it does not get very good gas mileage. The problem I have, which I discovered about six months after I bought the truck is that it uses a lot of oil. I’ve never kept real good track of how much it uses, but I would guess I go through at least a quart of oil every 1000 miles. I do not hear any unusual noises in the engine. I do not see white smoke coming out of the tail pipe, although my white truck may show a little black film around where the tail pipe ends. The oil on my dip stick is very black but has no white residue.

I told my mechanic about the problem and he said he would put some kind of a gauge on the engine and check the engines compression. He said the engine checked out ok and he doesn’t know why I would be using so much oil. I know there has to be an explanation for this and I’m hoping someone on this forum can shed some light on it. Thanks again for the help.

Jon M.

Response From Double J Top Rated Answer

Hi

All I have to offer is this...
Worked at GM dealers and had similar complaints...
According to GM engineering, it is normal for a GM engine to use a quart to a quart and a half of oil in 800 -1000 miles...
I know this sounds excessive..used to be use to using a quart in the 3000 miles between changes..
But if all checks out ok,not much you can do..
Check with Chrysler/Dodge and see what they say..I'm sure they have something similar..

They(GM) would recommend doing an oil comsumption test...
We were to inspect for any leaks,etc...check pcv system operation,..etc..
Then change the engine oil and oil filter, at customers expense, then have the customer drive the vehicle and keep a check on the oil level, (we would check if they stopped in,).then when it was a quart low,document the mileage ...if within the specs as stated above...then there is no problem found ...
Now Cadillac,Northstar engines were great for consumption,leaks...some had to have whats known as a 2 stage decarbon process done ...corrected most of them,but some had to be repaired internally....

Thats all I got
See what the others say

Response From way2old

There is a metal plate on the bottom of the intake. This has a gasket on it. These gaskets blow out and allow the vacuum from the throttle body to suck oil into the intake and through the cylinders. It burns the oil, but it is so slight you can not see the smoke. Plug off the PCV and remove the hose from other valve cover. Place latex glove or balloon over the hose. If the glove or baloon swells up, gasket is blown and needs replaced. Good luck.