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1992 dodge dakota oil pump?

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Question From Guest on 1992 dodge dakota oil pump?

On a 3.9 V-6 1992 dodge dakota with 75000 miles, my oil pressure guage shows zero while running, and dies sometimes. it is not low on oil and has trouble starting, how do i know if it the oil pump?

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You will have to check the oil pressure manually by removing the oil sender switch and using that port for a manual gauge. The senders fail quite often.

oil pump/drive gear

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Question From quintin9 on oil pump/drive gear

I have a 1993 dodge dakota 3.9L that i had to replacet the block on I used everything out of my old block except the camshaft and lifters now the oil pump has broken three times what could be causing this

Response From DanD Top Rated Answer

Not sure what you mean; is the oil pump failing or the drive gear for the pump. If it’s the gear and it’s the gear from the original engine; it may not be the same pitch on the gear’s teeth to match the cam? The cam being made of a harder metal; it might be grinding the teeth off of the oil pump gear? Or the camshaft’s gear’s teeth are worn and its grinding the oil pumps teeth off?
I’ve seen some cam gear’s teeth so badly worn; that you would cut your finger, if you were to run your finger over its edge. But at the same time; worn so evenly; that you would have too look very close, to see the wear.
You may end up replacing the camshaft and the gear; making sure that the two belonged together.

Dan.

Response From quintin9

i have the cam that went with the gear that i put in it and i will replace it i was thinking along the same lines as your advice thanks

oil pump?

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Question From teri on oil pump?

\\\I have a 2005 dodge Durango 4.7L, replaced the heads, valves, cam shaft and installed 2 oil pumps, changed the oil sending unit and PCV my problem is I can drive for about 20 miles and the oil light starts blinking and then stays on the I hear the lifters rattle. I need advice on what to check on next I am at my wits end.
Teri

Response From Discretesignals

Have you connected a pressure gauge to monitor oil pressure? You could have main or rod bearing clearance issues or even a gallery plug leaking.

It is hard to find the source of the problem because you can't see inside the engine. There are only two ways of finding out where the pressure is being lost. One is to drop the pan and connect a pressurized oil tank to the lubrication system and watch to see where excessive oil is coming from. Number two is tearing down the engine and inspecting everything.

Response From teri

thanks, I will have that done

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I have a question for you..........

Has anyone ever got the bright idea to do an engine flush to this?

Has it ever had a timing chain let go?

Response From kev2

in addition to my colleagues ideas- quick & EASY
When the pressure drops - quickly check
what is the oil level in the pan?
If there is oil is it aerated, ?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Refresh from top: Quote:"2005 dodge Durango 4.7L, replaced the heads, valves, cam shaft and installed 2 oil pumps, changed the oil sending unit and PCV my problem is I can drive for about 20 miles and the oil light starts blinking and then stays on the I hear the lifters rattle."


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You are hearing it and warnings of low oil pressure so I believe it and mechanical gauge would prove it. Did you replace the pick up tube and screen? looks like this as you should know........
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If somehow that is bent or sucking air for any reason that's a good reason for this. To be replaced with oil pump every time. IDK if one matches another exactly?


Cam replacement: If bearings are spilling out way too much oil pressure would plummet too.


Just thoughts for now as you've been back there twice......


T


(Edit one more thought) If oil collects in valve covers not returning for any reason that too. Some and IDK on this if gaskets are wrong or different one side to another or upside down might take a while to return oil but would think not enough right away if that?

oil light warning

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Question From bobh on oil light warning

I have a 2004 Dodge Durango 4x4/AWD 4.7 eng that I just bought and the oil light comes on when it gets hot at idle. The dealer replaced the sending sensor and the main sensor (that's what they said) and it seemed to stop for a little while but it still comes on. My friend said he had a Dodge years ago that did the same thing, he believes it is common with Dodge. Is there an adjustment for the oil pump pressure??

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

No, no adjustment. It jut sounds like a weak oil pump or it could have worn out main bearing contributing to it also.

no oil pressure no oil to rockers

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Question From quintin9 on no oil pressure no oil to rockers

i just did a rebuild on a 93 dodge dakota w/3.9 with junk yard short block got no oil pressure and no oil to rockers

Response From Hammer Time

That most likely leads to something done wrong in the assembly. Could be main bearing installed improperly, pump installed improperly..... any number of things.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Zillions of possibilities. Some American Iron doesn't put oil fast thru push rods and may be ok but can't say. Take a separate oil pressure test or it will be game over for this engine! Lack of lubrication is sometimes ONE minute! New to junk!

T

Response From quintin9

it was broke oil pump

Response From Tom Greenleaf

How long has it run with little or no oil pressure? This junkyard block could be toast already or was when you got it,

T

Response From quintin9 Top Rated Answer

it was my fault i had 3 pumps one was bad ijust happened to pick up the bad one with out looking at it changed oil pump now got pressure thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Sounds like trouble - perhaps another is needed now,

T