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Oil light came on and engine as well. checked oil level was ok

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Poss. bad sending unit. ground out the wire to it and see if it pegs out. If you have equipment I would hook qauge up to get a proper reading you might just have a bad sending unit. On the other hand you might have a clogged screen in pan or a oil filter that is coming apart on the inside. let me know what u find

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    I'm interested to know the results. I'm having the same issue with my 06 Charger and the flashing oil light!

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