Question about 2003 Dodge Neon
Once having checked the oil level and made sure it has the right grade in it, if the engine is not rattly or making knocking sounds this probably is not a worry, as long as the light never comes on when cruising.
It is possible the oil pressure sender is faulty. You could find out more by removing the sender and attaching an oil pressure gauge to see if all is well at higher revs.
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