Question about 2005 Dodge Ram 2500 Truck
Oil pressure to zero, check engine light on, runs fine no oil leaks oil full.
There could be several reasons for the problem. The first is the plug is off the sensor, thus no reading. Second the sensor itself has gone bad. Buy a new one and replace it, they are not too expensive. The guage in the dash has gone bad (big pain, buy aftermarket unit and install) and forth the ECM has decided to go bad on that particular guage (very expensive to replace). Have a shop put a trouble code reader on the truck and see what it says the problem is and go from there. You can check the wire to the sensor yourself. Also follow the wiring back from the sensor and make sure there isn't another plug that is not all the way plugged in. A lot of times when the vehicle is worked on and a plug is disconnected and put back together one of the pins in the plug will slide back and not go into the plug, thus causing a problem. So look for that also. Good Luck, RAC
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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