Question about 2003 Toyota Sequoia
Your problem is not on how much oil you have, but the Oil Pressure in the engine. Pressure is measured near the oil pump, and that is how the oil gets circulated around your engine, and how everything gets lubricated. The light is telling you that your pressure is low (or it thinks it is.)
The first thing to do is have your oil pressure checked by a mechanic or shop. If the pressure is good, you could just have a bad Oil Pressure sending unit, If the Oil pressure is not good, you could have a bad Oil purmp, or other more serious engine problems, so it is best to get it checked out as soon as possible.
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