Low oil pressure light

Asked by Oct 04, 2010 at 04:54 PM about the 2000 Chrysler 300M

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a chrysler 300m i just bought yesterday and the low oil pressure  light has been staying on it goes off with the hit of a bump but it won't stay off. I have checked the oil it has oil in it.. What should I do What can be problem?

3 Answers

815

you could have a problem with your oil pump, or your filter is plugged.

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495

Sounds like a bad ground to me !

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140

I have a very similar problem with my 2001 300 M.I put in a new aftermarket pressure gauge in where the oil pressure sending unit was, and when I would start the car, the pressure would increase to 60psi. However, when giving the car a little gas, the pressure would decrease all the way down to about 2psi. I've never heard of the oil pumps going bad in these cars..but what else could it be? Thanks for any help!!

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