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No oil pressure

When I first start 96 grand cherokee v-8 it has oil pressure for about 1 or 2 minutes then the pressure drops off completly, engine does not tick or knock. wondering if sending unit is bad or where the sending unit is located so I can put a pressure guage on it to check it out

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    i'm pretty sure that the problem is either the sending unit or the dash pod. Thanks for your help



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Sounds like sending unit, should be located by where the oil filter is.

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