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Will need to have it daignosed by a professional and perform repair that is needed.
The "check engine" light is on because of a problem that the computer has sensed within the sensors of a faulty circuit.
The triangle is on because the problem is also effecting other modules within the vehicle.
Perform diagnostics to determine problem and repair problem..
some engine have two oil pressure sender one on oil filter housing anther on cylinder head direct to camshaft cover case . if this indicator is yellow light there is oil level sender down the oil pan (some models)some time have carbon inside need remove and clean . if all pressure sender is OK .then you have to clean the oil pump strainer after you remove oil pan there is metal pipe with filter fix with two bolts remove and clean it
Might mean that you are nearly out of oil. Add necessary oil as to vehicle's specifications and the icon should go away. Oil change every 3,000 miles. Also check on the internet in Chrysler Pacifica oil problems just for your info.
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If icon re-appears, have you vehicle checked by a certified mechanic as you may have other issues. (sensor, PCV valve, etc.). Hope this solves your problem.
It indicates that the vehicle's computer has recorded a code in the memory. It will be a malfunction code of some sort. A code reader tool is connected to the diagnostic connector under the dash to retrieve the code, which gives information as to which engine management system has experienced a malfunction.
Check your oil to make sure it is full with the engine off. If it is then it is probably the oil sending unit bad. It is on the backside of the block (firewall side) near the transmission. It should have a green or yellow connector and is right above the right drive axle, below the exhaust manifold and isn't much fun to change on a hot engine. I hope this helps.
Can you explain the light? Does it say chack engine? Maint? If it says MAINT you need to get your oil changed. If you dont go to the dealership to change your oil, they dont reset the timer for the MAINTenance light and it comes on anyway. Get a better mechanic, and get your light reset. Or I can teach you how to reset it, just let me know.