2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Q&A
2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Question: low or no oil pressure
See previous answer but low oil pressure can be caused by a worn oil pump, an engine that did not have its oil changed frequently enough. Oil needs to be changed periodically as it "breaks down" over time of use and looses is lubrication qualities. If an engine's crankshaft wears due to dirt and debris circulating around the engine the bearings wear and the "gap" between bearing and crankshaft gets greater and needs more oil pressure and volume to fill that space. If the oil rings wear the engine will burn and consume engine oil. - patrick mannion
I have a 2004 with the same engine, but fewer miles. I have read in many sources that the designed-in life expectancy for the engine was 150,000 miles..... - CheesyID
I just had work done on my truck to repair low/no oil pressure. It cost 2000.00. The next day the oil pressure needle fell again down to low/no oil pressure. What could possibly be the problem now?
how much should it cost to repair an engine with little or no oil pressure?
but i still dont have oil pressure. and i am stumped. i have replaced the oil sending unit and oil pan gasket too .
oil pressure gage stops suddenly engine has no noice check gauges lights on any ideas
the oil pressure sensor was replaced recently, but i still shpwing low to no oil pressure. I took my truck to a dealer ship to check out problem, he mechanic is saying that I need to replace the oi...