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    JK Newbie
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    Hey guys, so i got the dreaded code recently on my 2012 JKU. The shop i took it to replaced the oil sending unit and tested the oil pump and says the correct voltage was read when testing and driving. So they thought it was fixed. 90 miles later it came on and they decided to first ask for a 2nd opinion from a dealer before replacing more things and costing me more money. The dealer says the oil filter was put in backwards. Is this possible? I don't think that is and wondering if they are just bs me. I'm picking up the jeep later so i guess we'll see if it comes back. What are your thoughts? Thanks

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    incorrect oil filter or install can cause that code, they should have checked that last time. if it comes back you need an oil pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuke-blue View Post
    incorrect oil filter or install can cause that code, they should have checked that last time. if it comes back you need an oil pump
    Long story short, it's been into the dealership 2 times, 1st time reset code then it came back on 30 miles later, then they said oil change which they did and cost me 300 bucks for diagnoise and i eventually gave up on that dealership as they weren't too helpful at all. Took it to a jeep shop and they replaced the oil sending unit, and tested oil pump and said oil pump was good. The shop was helpful and did good work. Code came back after 90 miles and they wanted to take the jeep to a another dealer for a 2nd look before doing anymore repairs. The new dealer said who ever did the oil change (which was a jeep dealer) put in the oil filter the wrong way. I know i'm gonna have to bring it back which is frustrating. Anyone know why it's throwing the code even tho the oil pump is reading the correct voltage during load and at different temp?

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    What exactly were they smoking when they said someone put the oil filter wrong? How can you put an oil filter wrong? It's like saying someone threaded a bolt wrong. It can only go in 1 way.

    As for the code, did anyone check the wiring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTerminator View Post
    What exactly were they smoking when they said someone put the oil filter wrong? How can you put an oil filter wrong? It's like saying someone threaded a bolt wrong. It can only go in 1 way.

    As for the code, did anyone check the wiring?
    Tell me about it. Drove home amd light came on next day so bringing it back in tomorrow. What wiring are you referring too. I can ask them to check that if the wiring is a common problem as well.

    Thanks

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