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Old 11-19-2019, 11:24 PM
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My wife took my JK to the grocery store yesterday and when she got home said the CEL came on when she got in the Jeep to drive home. I pulled the code and got P06DA and a pending P06DE. Last week I replaced the oil cooler/filter housing and everything was fine afterwards. I put a mopar housing in for peace of mind and the sensor is sending normal readings to my dash. I pulled the intake off today to double check everything and my connections are solid. I was wondering if anyone knows of anywhere along the wire harness between where the oil pump solenoid connects and the PCM that could have chafed that I may have missed? I used a mobile 1 oil filter over the stock mopar one, is this a possible cause? I double checked my oil level and it is good, I used valvoline high mileage full synthetic oil. I guess ultimately I just want to cover all of my bases before pulling the oil pan to replace the oil pump assembly. I checked alldata and the job is fairly straight forward and well within my ability to do at home just donít want to dig into it unless I have to.

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Update, I swapped the oil pressure sensor with the original one to make sure it was not DOA. There was no change however I now have some peace of mind. I have seen an intermittent P06DE code coming and going but it stays as a pending code. I followed the purple/yellow wire from the solenoid connector on the side of the block up the side and around the front over the cam covers. There was some chafing on the wire insulation however I did not see any melted or damaged wiring. My next step will be to use an inspection mirror and try to get eyes on the entire length of wire. My aversion to replacing the oil pump knows no bounds, the last thing I want is to replace it and fire up my Jeep and have the problem persist.
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