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there is another fuse panel inside.
I can't remember where it is, but you should check inside/behind the glove box.... or..... driver side under the dash.... or on either side of the dash where the door would hide it when closed.
I know the dodge/chrysler dash light fuse also powers the license plate light, so turn your lights on and see if you have a license plate light or not.
Hope you can locate the other box.
could also be wrong type of oil but worst case is the big end bearings inside the engine have gotten to big to maintain oil pressure and as you guessed the oil pump could be worn out, i would try changing oil pump first.
The battery and alternator does not have any link with the ABS and so the case of the ABS indication coming up while it is started can be also due to the brake pressure not build up as the pedal is OFF. So try putting your foot on the brake and start. If not the unit is malfunctioning, or if there is a sensor fault in the wheels.
The engine plenum will have to be removed. This is what the air goes thru to get to the engine intake. Remove ground, mark tag remove required cable, wires and hoses, take digital photos as you go. Be patient. The good news is we don't have to change them every 20K miles.
Then the next thing to check is the starter itself, are you hearing any popping noises from the base of the motor? The starter should not be hard to change. Once you pull it out you can take it to the autozone and they can test it for you. The starter solenoid may be bad also, but these are normally attached to the starter. I hope this helps give you some insight.