Question about 1999 Chrysler 300M
Posted by Anonymous on
If the oil is at the proper level and has the proper type of oil in it then it could be a bad pump or a clogged filter. Replace the oil filter and make sure you have the proper oil type in the vehicle. If this doesn't resolve the issue then look at replacing the pump.
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