2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Engine Oil Lubrication System

2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Engine Oil Lubrication System – Lubrication system is one of the major systems on the machine, which is a series of tools ranging from the storage of lubricating oil, oil pump, oil pipelines and lubricating oil pressure setting so until the parts that require lubrication. The workings lubrication system of the Dodge Ram 1500 is, the pump will draw oil from the sump at the rear of the oil pan through the screen and the inlet tube. Then the oil will be driven into the drive and idler gears and pump body, and then forced through the outlet to block.

Oils that are on the channel block oil will flow into the inlet side of the full flow oil filter. After passing through the filter element, the oil passes through the center of the outlet filter through which oil gallery oil ducts to the main gallery, which extends the entire length of the right side of the block. Then the oil will go down to the main bearings, and back to the left side of the block, and into the oil gallery. Gallery will extend down from the main oil gallery to the upper shell of each main bearing.

2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Engine Oil Lubrication System:

2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Engine Oil Lubrication System

  1. Oil Deflector Tab
  2. Bolt
  3. Rocker Arm Pivot
  4. Rocker Arm
  5. Drip Oiling For Valve Tip
  6. Cylinder Head Boss
  7. To Main Bearings
  8. To Camshaft Bearings
  9. Rocker Arm
  10. Hollow Push Rod
  11. Tappet
  12. To Connecting Rod Bearings
  13. Oil Intake
  14. Oil Pump
  15. Oil Filter
  16. Crankshaft
  17. From Oil Pump
  18. Oil To Filter
  19. Oil From Filter To System
  20. Passage To Camshaft Rear Bearing
  21. Right Oil Gallery
  22. Plug
  23. Oil Passage For Oil Pressure Indicator Light
  24. Oil Supply Via Hollow Push Rod Supply Is From Oil Gallery Metered Through Hydraulic Tappet
  25. Oil Supply From Hollow Push Rod

Hydraulic valve tappets will receive oil directly from the main oil gallery. Camshaft bearings will get the oil from the main bearing gallery. With over camshaft sprocket, front camshaft bearing journal passes oil to the timing chain. Oil channel will return to the oil pan under the main bearing cap. Hydraulic valve tappets also supply oil to the rocker arms and bridged pivot assemblies. Then oil will lubricate the rocker arm valve train components. Then the oil will go down through the pushrod guide and the oil drain holes that exist in the cylinder head, valve tappet passing through the area, and ends on the oil pan.

The diagram above is intended for the Dodge Ram that uses the engine: 3.9 L Magnum V6, 5.2 L Magnum V8, 5.9 L Magnum V8, 5.9 L Cummins Turbo Diesel I6. Hopefully the article of 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Engine Oil Lubrication System useful for you.

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