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2013-06-04 15:13:00
2013-06-04 15:13:00

The check engine light will usually come on.

On a Chrysler product the check engine light will not come on for low oil. You should either see the oil pressure gauge fall (if equipped) or the low oil pressure light will come one. That is the one that looks like a little red oil can. In addition the engine will overheat and you will start to hear some noise from the engine.

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