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Oil light comes on, car loses all power...

HI. My car is a hemi. I hope this doesn't happen again. I JUST had my oil changed. Not even 50 miles later, as I am pulling in to get gas, the oil light comes on and the car loses power. I coast in to the station. I check my oil and it is fine. Why did this happen, can I expect it to happen again?
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Havent seen this problem on any yet. make sure who ever changed the oil used 5W20 the hemis are very picky

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