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P06DD and NOT the Oil Filter Assembly Housing

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So P06DD associated with an oil change and oil all over the place and leaking......I bought a whole new oil filter assembly housing complete with new sensors.  Install.  Delete the code and take it for a leisure drive.  P06DD comes back.  Mind you, the oil pressure is on my screen on the dash.  And it is running at the correct pressures expected.   So I don't think it could be an oil pump issue.....am I wrong? 

 

I did notice that the 3.6L engine in 2011 had a ( TSB # 18-018-11 ) which said to reprogram the PCM.  

 

And last spring my PCM was giving my transmission issues.  Upon looking at it, there was corrosion on the contacts of the PCM and on Power Distribution Center (PDC). See link to pictures

 

 

Do you think this could be the problem like it has been in the past?

 

 

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sometimes might take a few days for someone to post if they have help or info, i have not heard or had any problems like this myself. good luck

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Online, I find this problem on pre-2015 3.6L engines.  But not on a 2015.

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My mechanic has talked to several Chrysler mechanics and they all point to replacing the oil pump.  Called the dealership, and it sounds like I am still under my 5/100 powertrain warranty and that is "should" be covered.  But rumor is that the oil pumps are backordered either 3-5 days up to 3 months.   SHHHEEESH!   I am scheduled to drive to Miami (over 2800mi round trip) leaving next Wednesday.  Now I am getting nervous.

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I have heard of this code coming up with a wrong oil filter or inserting the correct oil filter into the engine backwards.   Simple things to check if you're not sure about those things.   The oil filter was changed for the 3.6 in 2013 or 2014, I think.  Similar but slightly different...  You could try a mopar filter if yours is another brand to see if that fixes your problem as well.   That's as much as I've got on this.  Good luck. 

 

Peace. 

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2 hours ago, redtomatoman said:

I have heard of this code coming up with a wrong oil filter or inserting the correct oil filter into the engine backwards.   Simple things to check if you're not sure about those things.   The oil filter was changed for the 3.6 in 2013 or 2014, I think.  Similar but slightly different...  You could try a mopar filter if yours is another brand to see if that fixes your problem as well.   That's as much as I've got on this.  Good luck. 

 

Peace. 

that would be easy to check and or replace, the filter you should be using should have the 3 leg tripod on it. part # mo-349 mopar, actually that is the only filter iv ever used, i buy them from the local dealer and they are about the same price or cheaper then most aftermarket filter so i figure why try to save .70 cents or so on something you only do once or twice a year....

 

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When we replaced the filter housing assembly the new part came with a mopar filter.  And it came with new sensors.

 

Dropped it off at the dealership last night.  They called at 730am and told me they were done.  Replaced the oil pump.  Hope this is the end of this story.

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Dealership replaced the oil pump under warranty.  Seems the issue went away.  But after driving it for a few days the oil level is low.  Will put a quart or two in.

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6 hours ago, Mudshack said:

Dealership replaced the oil pump under warranty.  Seems the issue went away.  But after driving it for a few days the oil level is low.  Will put a quart or two in.

i wouldn't put ANY oil in it.i would take it back to them to verify that the oil is low just in case something else pops up with your journey they worked on it it should be right from the start

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I leave for a 2800mi trip in just under 2 days. I am torn. Just a a quary from time to time and give it to them when I get back. Or give it to them now and not get it back in time for the trip. 

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do what you want, but as i said i would be at the dealership at 7:30 am tomorrow morning stating you just had warranty work done on the vehicle involving the oil pump  and you noticed it is now low on oil let them check it out tomorrow and then tell them you have to go on your trip and then do what they suggest and you will have it on paperwork what has happened. its that simple....

 

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It's covered under warranty. The dealership has taken responsibility for fixing it if you bring to them, especially if there is an oil level problem. The warranty should also include a loaner.

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Already put 2 qts in.  Doesn’t look low now.  I will call them in the morning. 

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9 minutes ago, Mudshack said:

Already put 2 qts in.  Doesn’t look low now.  I will call them in the morning. 

i would say you must have a leak somewhere for it to be that low already or some engine damage, or just sloppy work from the mech, i always double check after having work done on what ever they have done and in this situation  i would have checked the oil level before i had left the dealership when picking it up. i have learned to do this after  many many years of mech working on my cars that dont always finish the job 100 %

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