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On my 2009 Honda Odyssey theLow oil pressure warning comes on for no reason in cold weather. Restarting the vehicle will clear it.

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There IS a reason it comes on. It isn't there for looks, it serves a purpose. Verify you have the right amount of oil. Make sure when the oil is changed it is the right viscosity and weight recommended by Honda (probably a 5W-30). When it's cold, the oil is thicker and harder to pump. So typically people in colder climates should run a lower weight oil in the winter (probably 5W30 in the winter, and 10W30 in the summer)

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hold in the trip meter button on the dash before you turn on the key... keep the button pushed in, turn the key on, and wait until the light goes out( 10 sec or so)

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Check the oil pressure wire attached to the gauge usually in the engine compartment. Dirt can interfere with the signal causing a short which will give you the symptoms you describe. Hope this helps

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