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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-03-2016, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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CEL code P0524

I have done a search in the forum with no results. I have a CEL on throwing a P0524 code. Low oil pressure....However my oil light is not on. Recently replaced water pump, alternator, 4 coil packs and my oil pressure sensor, I replaced the sensor because my oil light was coming on. I am wondering if I just need to get my PCM flashed as that also popped up on the report from the code reader. Anyone else have this issue? Also anyone in the Dallas-Fort Worth area know cheap places to get it flashed if that is indeed what I need to do
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As far as I know you can only get the PCM flashed at a Chrysler/Jeep Dealership and it's probably going to run you between $100.00 - $120.00

As far as your Low Oil Pressure light - I would think a faulty oil pump could be a likely cause low oil pressure.


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I read somewhere about pressure switches going bad often. You may want to have it checked too!
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It seems to me though if it were the oil pump or pressure switch, like last time, the oil light itself would be on.....
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It seems to me though if it were the oil pump or pressure switch, like last time, the oil light itself would be on.....
I could see your oil light turning on if your engine oil level was low - not necessarily for low oil pressure.

The oil pump sounds like a logical start point for troubleshooting to me, based on your symptoms.

I could be wrong, after all, I'm not a mechanic.


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What engine oil weight are you using. I use Mobil 1 5w20. The weight which is called for. I switched to 10w30 during the summer and I started throwing that code. I switched back and haven't had anymore codes. Hope this helps.
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I have done a search in the forum with no results. I have a CEL on throwing a P0524 code. Low oil pressure....However my oil light is not on. Recently replaced water pump, alternator, 4 coil packs and my oil pressure sensor, I replaced the sensor because my oil light was coming on. I am wondering if I just need to get my PCM flashed as that also popped up on the report from the code reader. Anyone else have this issue? Also anyone in the Dallas-Fort Worth area know cheap places to get it flashed if that is indeed what I need to do
Did you ever get this sorted out ??

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