Question about 2003 Dodge Durango
Friday on my way home my 2003 dodge durango started to bog down but I hit the gas and it picked back up. It did this twice more and the third time it died and had to be pushed home. I was close thankfully because the truck had not been acting funny prior to this. Yesterday I had the alternator checked, bought a brand new battery and checked all the fluids and they are fine. After doing a little research today, I did the key trick and got an error code of P 0522 which I've read to be the engine oil pressure sensor/switch/low voltage. Now I'm no mechanic, I am a single mother who will work on my vehicle within reason because I'm broke. What I want to know is this: Is changing the pressure sensor something that I can personally do without screwing up something else? And if so, where can I find good directions to do it? Also, is it possible that it is just a fuse in the distribution center controlling that sensor that may need to be replaced? I just spent $195 last week on the upper control arm bushings and I'm not in a position to be nickle and dimed. Any help is appreciated!
That sensor in on the bottom of your car near the oil pan. that sensor has one to two wires. you cant mess that up all you need is a wrench......
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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