Question about 2006 Toyota Highlander
You have thrown a code and need to have the computer scanned. it will tell you what has gone wrong and then you should know what to do. Most autoparts stores will read your codes for free.
Likely there is water contamination but if I was you i'd check my oil level and make sure those monkeys put the caps back on the oil filler tubes.
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Either the oil pressure switch is bad (or its wiring are
somehow shorting), or the oil pressure is low. For the later, it could be having an oil pump going bad or a clogged screen at its intake.
I wouldn't drive the car until the problem is solved.
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