Q: flashing oil light at stop on 2001 Chrysler Concorde

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I am having a problem with the oil light flashing whne I come to a stop. This happens after I have driven the car about 15-20 miles. If you rev the ingine a little, it goes out and stays out unless the tach drops back down. Any solutions?
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Unfortunately it sounds like the engine may be wearing out in your 2001 Chrysler Concorde. The way to check this is to install a manual oil pressure gauge in place of the oil pressure switch. This will give a true reading of the engine oil pressure which can be compared to the factory oil pressure spec. If the oil pressure is low this could be caused by a worn oil pump, engine bearing, or some other internal engine component.
I would replace the oil pressure switch first if there is no rattle or engine noise when the light comest on.
My car just started that. When it comes to a stop or when i put it in park the oil light comes on or flashes. I own a 2003 Chrysler 300M. It only has a 123000 miles on it. I thought maybe it was the oil sensor. I have driven Chrysler Vehicles for the last 22 yrs & these last 2 chrysler cars I have had I am so not impressed. We will see what I find out on Monday. I will keep everyone posted