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I own a 2004 Chrysler Concorde and my oil light comes on when i come to a complete stop and goes off when i accelerate. I have replaced both the oil pump and sending unit and the light is still coming on when I come to a complete stop.

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Thats a sign that either you oil pressure sending unit is going bad, the oil pump is going bad, or you have sludge possibly restricting the oil flow thru the screen of the oil pump.

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  • hoguepb Apr 08, 2011

    I clearly stated that oil pump and sending unit had been replaced. Also, in doing so any grime or sludge has been cleared from the area.

  • superponty Apr 10, 2011

    So i guess what would be left is sludge blocking the oil passages thru the engine. Of which by the way can break lose once a new pump is pushing oil as full force. Its also possible that the wires for your oil sending unit are not allowing the correct amount of voltage thru. Its also possible the installation of the oil pump was not done correctly or and in many cases the new parts are actually faulty to begin with expecially eletrical ones.

  • hoguepb Apr 15, 2011

    Ok. thank you for your advice! :-)

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