oil light stays on on 2000 Plymouth Voyager

last week oil light came on, so we changed oil and filter. Now light will not go off and continues to beep. Help

by in Grand Island, NY on December 14, 2010
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3 answers
ANSWER by , December 15, 2010
Does the engine run and sound OK? You may have a problem with the oil pressure warning system. If you really so have an oil pressure problem, you will damage the engine if you continue to drive the car. I recommend you get the car towed (unless you're absolutely sure that you have oil pressure) to a Chrysler specialist. Here's a directory link for you: http://repairpal.com/directory?address=14072&car_brand_names=Plymouth
ANSWER by , June 01, 2011
There is an oil pressure sensor under the AC unit. Cost is $15, and is very easy to replace with a special socket specifically for the sensor itself. When it goes bad, the oil light will remain on and constantly beeps, which is incredibly annoying.
ANSWER by , October 14, 2012
your oil sending unit is out