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I have a 2002 dodge durango 4.7 i have power to all the fuse boxes, BUT NO power to the PCM, Why? also when cranking over im reading 40lbs. of oil pressure, WHY? alos could the oil sencer, & cam sencer wires be missed placed with each other?

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  • snuffy399 Jun 07, 2010

    yes all fuses working, thanks for responding, wait for you to get back, with more

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40 lbs sounds like great pressure to start an engine with. Let me review the wiring diagrams and get back to you. Have you checked all fuses?

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