Check oil light.

Asked by Apr 11, 2015 at 10:39 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ive got a 1994 Plymouth laser.
Anyways, after driving on the
highway or driving in town for about
30 minutes whenever I come to a
stop the light flickers until I fully stop
and it's a constant check light.
Sometimes it even turns the car off.
You may be saying the oil is low but
after it sits for around 1-2 hours and
start the car the oil light is off and the
oil is on the stick until you drive
another 30 minutes.

I've been dealing with this problem
for awhile now and help would be
greatly appreciated.

1 Answer


You might be a little low, did you try adding some?

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