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Loss of oil pressure 1995 dodge dakota 4 wheel drive...shut off truck restart and oil pressure is back this problem happens intermittenly can drive 20 miles, 50 miles or one mile and presure will drop again...shut off truck restart and pressure is fine...is this a pump problem or is something clogged?

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Sounds like you may have a defective oil pressure sending unit.

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