DON'T DRIVE IT WITH NO OIL PRESASURE!!!!If the lifters are quiet, it probably still has oil preasure but the sending unit is defective. Have a manual gauge installed temporarily to check the preasure. If ti stiil loesn't have preasure, it can be the pump or screen stopped up. The filter has a bypass to let it have preasure if it stops up. Dodge 3.9 has a week point at the far end of the cam shaft under the distributer where oil flow is minimal at best. over time this causes severly worn cam lobes and broken oil pump drive gears. if you pop off a valave cover and still see no signs of oil presure its definatelt time for some top end work.
That would be the pressure plate.
The regulator is part of the pump module in the fuel tank on a 1999 Dodge Dakota.
Not enough oil.
the low pressure port is right on top of the comperssor
39 or 49 psi, depending on the year.
It's to the right of the distributor.
it is built into the fuel pump module, and caontrols the fuel pressure to the engine
fuel pressure should be 44.2 -54.2 psi
Dodge Dakota was created in 1986.
rear main seal leaking