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Can't find oil sencor

My brothers dodge durango had the water pump go out and i got it fixed and we took it out for a drive and we lost all oil pressure and i have not got the problem solved i'm having issues. i was wondering if anyone knew what the problem is?

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Durangos are known for oil sludge, so you may need to drop the oil pan, and clean the screen in the pann and might have to scrape out the pan, you can also change the oil pump just make sure you install a new gasket after you drop the pan, that should fix the problem, but if the oil is very very dark goto an auto zone, pepboys, or any other auto speciality store, and get yourself some of the cleaner for the oil, you drain your pil, put the plug back in and put this in the engine, run the engine for like 2 to 5 min. and shut it off drain the oil again, then install new oil and filter, thiat should help you out.

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