Question about 2000 Chrysler Sebring
After driving about ten or fifteen minutes, my oil indicator light will illuminate whenever I slow down or stop. It will usually go off once the RPMs increase, but there have been a couple of times that it hasn't. When it does clear, it isn't always at the same RPM. The oil level checks OK when the engine is cold and I haven't noticed any oil spots under the car. What might cause this issue?
I've seen this a lot it's usually a defective oil pressure sending unit
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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