Getting this code. manual says it is low voltage to the oil pressure sending unit. How do I repair this? Does this mean that the sensor is bad? I've just changed the camshaft sensor 2 days ago for a code that came up for that could this be related issues?
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The only way to know if you need engine repair or you have a bad sender is to hook up an oil pressure test gage to the sender port and manually check the pressure. You will need the deep oil pressure sending unit removal tool to get the sender out (I did this).
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acceptable voltage range, P0522 Oil Pressure Sensor Low Oil pressure sensor input below acceptable voltage. Sounds like you have an electrical problem, either computer failure or bad sensors. It's hard to believe that you gained so many sensors just from replacing the cylinder head. Disconnect your battery for one minute, then reconnect. Try driving it down the road.
cranks ok but wont start and battery is charged to 12.6v dc rested?>
and wont jumper cable start>>>>>>??????????????????????
start with gas cap off?
2 problems, if wont start cap off.
tank vent system issues,
522 is the one.
P0522 Dodge - Engine Oil Pressure Sensor/Switch Circuit Low Voltage
the PCM sees no oil pressure and refused to start.
sounds like a winner there. huh.?
ok, so check oil pressure.
if good , then the switch is bad, or wires to it bad, fell off.
Sig: I must ask questions first, I'm blind, and my tools can't reach, dig?
could be low on refrigerant, or it could be a bad sensor. Back-probe
pressure sensor connector (on the discharge line, near the compressor -
a 4-way connector) on the dark blue wire with the engine running and the
turned to max. If you get no volts, or 5 volts, the sensor is bad. 4.5
volts indicates a properly-operating system, while less than 4.5
low pressure, and anything above indicates high pressure. If low or
high pressure is suspected, verify with a set of refrigerant gauges.
If warranted, the sensor can just unscrew. You won't lose refrigerant -
there's a valve built in to the line to prevent that. Make sure to use a
new O-ring and lube it with the proper oil if you do change the sensor. Add a comment
If the oil level is good and you are getting low voltage on the oil sensor replace the oil pressure sensor. The last chrysler I saw that code on the code indicated a bad O2 sensor. If you need to know for sure get the Haynes repair manual on your vehicle from the local auto parts store, it has a listing of the codes and what needs to be repaired when you get them.
You need to have a oil pressure guage hooked up to see if you have a bad guage, sending unit to the guage, or if your oil pressure is actually low. Any garage should be able to do this, if you can't get one.