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How do you change oil pump on 1999 plymoth voyager

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    yadayada Dec 06, 2016

    I need to know what engine? Also do you have heavy duty tools available, this includes a complete tool set of hand tools and a hydraulic floor jack and a good set of Safety vehicle support stands, if not leave it to the pro's, it is a huge job.

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Let's give this a shot... first is the question because the oil pressure light stays on when running? The first video tells how to accurately diagnose the pressure switch for fault (most common with Voyagers).
Auto Repair Maintenance How to Check if an Oil Pump Is Bad

The second is how to remove the oil pan to get to the oil pump if it is bad... this guy is just changing the gasket but the work is the same for your Voyager...
Replace oil pan gasket on 01 Dodge Caravan

And last, if it turns out to be just the sender as is most of the cases this next video shows how to change the sender unit on a Caravan which is a Voyager in sheep's clothing...
dodge caravan oil sending unit replacment

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