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Engine knocks after starting and running after 2 minutes.oil guage dropped.let truck sit then started truck again ran for two minutes and started knocking bad.is this the oil pump and where is it located

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That you have either a bad oil pump or a bad oil sending unit. the sending unit is near the base of the oil filter, the oil pump requires you to remove the oil pan to replace it.

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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Yes it sounds like it,but check your oil too just to be sure ,your oil pump is in the oil pan take off oil pan u should see it,it will be on the sump end of the pan(caution) the oil pump on most vehicles are connected to the distributor so u might have to retime in eng after u do this,Hope this helps and good luck

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