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4.7 liter oil pressure gauge malfunctioning.

I have a 2005 Dodge 2 wheel dr 4.7 liter- I have had problems wiht it staaling - and then recently my oil pressure gauge will drop to 0- when I stop , from time to time. I replaces the Throttle postition sensor- which helped for a couple days, and now after 2-3 days- I am having the same problem with my oil pressure gauge showing 0 oil pressure- but the truck rusn fine. What can I check next?

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Check or replace the oil pressure sending unit.

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