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2011 Ram Dakota Engine Oil Pump Mopar

P311-35F5C3C    W0133-1880634  New

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2013 Ram 1500 Engine Oil Pump 8 Cyl 4.7L Mopar

P311-430C392    53020827AC  New

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oil pressure check

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Question From dave284 on oil pressure check

Hey guys, I got a dodge ram 1500 5.2 with 178,000 miles on it.....the oil pressure guage sometimes drop to zero after the truck has warmed up, most of the time it stays between o-40 at idle and when I rev the engine the oil guage moves in sync with the tach.....and there is a small rattle in the lower part of the engine at 2000 rpm...you can hardly here it...but its there...rod bearings maybe?..or oil pump failing? Any advice????

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Yea - you know the scoop - test with a mechanical pressure tester not just the vehicle'sgauge. The rattle is tell-tale though That's all too familiar though for a worn lower end engine as bearings are leaking down faster than they can get pressure to where it's measured. Just like you said they behave a bit when cold (oil thicker) and lose it when warmed up.

That's where the old STP syrup in a can used to be a mainstay to up the viscosity and could buy time.

So far in a career I haven't seen an oil pump fail in that way but it's possible that a high output replacement could buy more time than just playing with oils,

T

Response From dave284

Tom, the fella who owns it ask me about what should he do?, he just bought it a month ago, repair?/ oil, temp fix/ or sell it.....its just a back-up truck for his siding business,...I thought the same but I was wondering if there were any other possibilities of something else....man,... I dread this, I know he gonna want to have them bearings replaced.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

IMO - if worn bearings it's over for this engine so buy some time. I've kept junk like that for years. You can spend tons redoing the crank and bearings and it's still an old worn engine. His call - your advise.

You want a good fake? Use syn or reg 20-50 oil or add two of the 15oz STPs and pressure will come up. It'll still drop off when warm/hot but not so much and even at 10-15psi it might not make a peep. That's a lot of miles for spending big bucks on that motor,

T

Response From dave284

I agree, I'll call him tonight and let'em know the info and he can decide.....I don't like making decisions like this cause of the fact that the engine milage is high and any repairs can be followed by regrets....I understand a complete overhaul would be the logical thing to do....most people cringe at that suggestion, they rather drive it til the motor blows then have a used one installed....thanks Tom, every now and then I need an extra brain.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I like that idea! "We report - you decide" ---- Kind of like the Fox News jingle.

Folks need to realize the 178,000 miles is a lot! Every screw in the vehicle has gone that far. Ya - we've all seen or had stuff that went much more but face it. I've had a few over the 200K mark that ran well and held my breath if on a longer trip as to just what may decide to rear it's ugly head up at just the wrong time!

I'm not a fan of reworking lower ends of engines. Top end stuff is fine. When lower end goes it's over IMO or the $$ isn't worth it. Again IMO - there's just one shot at line boring an engine when new and everything after that is a band-aid fix,

T

5.7 hemi lost all oil pressure

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Question From roughneck on 5.7 hemi lost all oil pressure

2005 dodge ram with 5.7 hemi lost oil pressure while driving on hwy,motor was making noise. i stopped and shut motor off and checked oil,the oil level was fine.i restarted the motor and oil pressure gauge started coming up and motor noise slowly went away has anyone heard of this happening and what does it mean ?

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

roughneck; This could be very serious. Don't continue driving until you've gotten to the bottom of the problem. Could be as simple as a faulty oil pump or debris in the oil pan, blocking the pickup screen. (I say, simple, but expensive) Has this vehicle had regular maintenance? Oil and filter changed every 5000 miles?
Oil recommended is 5W30. I use 10W30 synthetic in mine. Have the oil pressure checked (Don't rely on the guage). Have not heard any problems with oil pumps on this engine, but anything is possible.

Response From roughneck

Thanks for the reply,and the advice,unfortunately I was out of town at the time and had to drive it on home,didn't have any problem but today the same thing happened again I will be finding the problem soon I will post when I know more.

low oil pressure

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Question From mgadair on low oil pressure

2003 dodge ram 1500 4.7l . lost oil pressure, replaced the oil pump, (also replaced timing slides and valve covers while i was at it) and i still have no oil pressure. now im thinking i may have a spun bearing but im not very familiar with this. could it be the main bearing or rod bearing that may cause low oil pressure or both? if i replace one set should i do the other set as well? very aggravated and need any advice on why this pos is not getting any oil pressure. im not relying on the dash gauge alone, im using a brand new manual pressure gauge that i know is good. HELP!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

You don't need to create duplicate questions.

low oil pressure

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Question From mgadair on low oil pressure

2003 dodge ram 1500 4.7l . lost oil pressure, replaced the oil pump, (also replaced timing slides and valve covers while i was at it) and i still have no oil pressure. now im thinking i may have a spun bearing but im not very familiar with this. could it be the main bearing or rod bearing that may cause low oil pressure or both? if i replace one set should i do the other set as well? very aggravated and need any advice on why this pos is not getting any oil pressure. im not relying on the dash gauge alone, im using a brand new manual pressure gauge that i know is good. HELP!

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Duplicate

low oil pressure

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Question From mgadair on low oil pressure

2003 dodge ram 1500 4.7l . lost oil pressure, replaced the oil pump, (also replaced timing slides and valve covers while i was at it) and i still have no oil pressure. now im thinking i may have a spun bearing but im not very familiar with this. could it be the main bearing or rod bearing that may cause low oil pressure or both? if i replace one set should i do the other set as well? very aggravated and need any advice on why this pos is not getting any oil pressure. im not relying on the dash gauge alone, im using a brand new manual pressure gauge that i know is good. HELP!

Response From Hammer Time

If you had a spun bearing low oil pressure would not be your most obvious symptom. It would be making all kinds of noise and soon would be launching parts through the side of the engine.

Response From mgadair

yea i know what your saying, nut honestly ive tried every other option. bearing problem is the only other possibility

Response From Hammer Time

Have you verified the pressure with a manual gauge?

What is the pressure at idle?................... at 1500RPM?

Response From mgadair

when i first fire it up, the oil pressure is around 15-20psi, but after 10 to 15 mns it starts dropping down toward zero. i shut it off just before it hits zero. heres what iver replaced so far: oil pump, pickup tube and screen, valave cover gaskets, timing slide coponets (just because i was there and they are plastic and wear out) as far as componets affecting oil pressure the only thing i havent replaced are the bearings (main and rod) im just looking for advice before i tear into this again. this is my first dodge. and yea i used a mechanical gauge and because i was still stumped after replacing everything else i borrowed a second gauge just to make sure. im really stumped.

Response From Discretesignals

Did the engine all the sudden just lose it's oil pressure or did this happen gradually over a period of time? Was the engine overheated? Did you go too long between oil service intervals? Is the engine sludged?


Bearing clearance problems including main, rod, cam and/or idler can be causing the problem your having. You are probably going to have to tear the engine down to figure out what is going on. In my opinion, your better off getting a good used salvage yard engine with a warranty.


Response From mgadair

the idler assembly has been replaced. im really leaning toward the main and rod bearings. im gonna go ahead and do both since ill be there. if that doesnt work ill probably take it to a shop. ive already put money for the new parts and all my labor in it. im not scraping it now. thanks guys. i really appreciate the help. ill post in a few days when i figure out the problem. in the meantime if anything else pops up in your mind please let me know.

Response From Discretesignals

Did the engine all the sudden just lose it's oil pressure or did this happen gradually over a period of time? Was the engine overheated? Did you go too long between oil service intervals? Is the engine sludged?


You have to understand that if it is a bearing problem, the first thing that is going to get hammered is the cam journals. If the cam journals are wiped out, you'll need to replace the heads. Your probably better off getting another engine.

Response From mgadair

it wasnt gradual. it happened all at once and was immediately shut off. there was a little sludge but not much, ive seen alot worse. and it never overheated.

Response From mgadair Top Rated Answer

and the service was kept up on time and on mileage

Response From Tom Greenleaf

From post #11, " ive already put money for the new parts and all my labor in it. im not scraping it now. thanks guys."

Stinks but you may not have a choice IMO,

T

Response From Hammer Time

Did you find anything loose in the pan that can be picked up by the screen?

Response From mgadair

no i had to drop the pan when i replaced the pump and i didnt see anything loose or broken up. it was a bit cruddy but ive seen worse. i did not buy this truck new so im not sure about the maintenance from the previous owner. ive had it for two years and have kept up proper maintenance.

Response From Hammer Time

You might be right about the main bearing but they wouldn't be spun, just loose.

Response From Discretesignals


im not relying on the dash gauge alone, im using a brand new manual pressure gauge that i know is good. HELP!