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Under neath the vehicle , near the oil filter , I believe on the passenger side. Look where the oil filter screws onto then look just right above it , it will most likely be wet with oil. (Chrysler oil senders tend to leak through the sensor itself. It should be a green connector to the sensor. Be careful it has a tab lock(red) remove tab lock disconnect sensor and unscrew. Replace it with either a napa brand sensor or dealer.
Could possibly be a loose connection on the oil sending sensor or the sensor itself may be on its way out. Most sensors are located on the side of the engine block usually on on or near where the oil filter attaches.
oil filter screws onto an adapter housing which also has the pressure sending unit on it (above oil filter). This adapter housing bolts to the block with 3 bolts. if oil appears to be leaking from where the adapter housing meets the block (especially at the rear side of engine near bottom), then you need to replace the siamese o-rings between the adapter housing and the block ($12 part at dealer). remove lowest 12mm bolt and loosen top 2 12 mm bolts(top 2 bolts won't come out unless you drop the engine down, but loosening 1 inch is all you need), replace o-rings and retighten bolts. be careful not to get dirt/grit between block and adapter. just finished doing this to son's 95 2.7 v6 which was leaving an 8" puddle of oil after idling for only 1 minute-worked perfect
The oil pressure sensor is near the oil filter behind the distributor. I don't know if that is the sensor you're looking at. It usually gets damaged during an oil change when the filter is changed. The filter wrench slips and hits the sensor.
bank two is on the drivers side. cylinders 1234 right side, Bank 1, 5678, bank 2. you have something like a vacuum leak effecting one side only. Not all code readers come up with all the codes. Its possible you have other codes possibly on the bank 1 side also. If you have a K/N filter it could of deposited oil on the MAF sensor on the intake there or you may have a clogged air filter. . If you really only have one code for one side you may have an intake gasket leaking or the egr may be stuck open a little which could effect the idle quality.