Question about 1999 Dodge Ram
The only thing that would generate that code is a faulty oil pump, no doubt about that. That's a major fault, if your engine has run with it then it should be completely dismantled and checked for damage.
Under no circumstance the engine to this car should be started again until you fix it, running it without proper lubrication will simply make it seize, destroying it. If you are unlucky to drive the car when the engine decides to seize then the transmission and the wheel will just lock, flipping the car and killing you.
Tow the car to a repair shop and fix it immediately.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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