Question about 1992 Dodge Dakota
It is located behind the breather, on the passenger side of the distributor. If you are having low oil pressure I'll give you a tip. You can change the sensor, but if that doesn't work, then the problem very likely could be that, dodge dakotas are notorious for a buildup of sludge on the screen of the oil pump, which blocks the flow of oil. If you are going to drop the oil pan to address this you may as well put a new oil pump in while you are at it. They are 30-50 dollars. If you can do it yourself, the whole operation should cost less than 100 dollars, if you take it to a garage, you better have a fat wallet.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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