94 honda accord

#1

The oil light stays on with all fluids at normal. Anyone have any ideas?

#2

Could just be a bad sensor turning the light on. Have you tested the oil pressure. There are a variety of issues that could cause low oil pressure, go have it looked at.

#3

I’d suggest you check it ASAP. If you truely are driving around with low oil pressure your engine will have a very short lifespan.

#4

If you are assuming the the “oil light” indicates the oil level in your engine, you are incorrect. That light indicates that the pressure of the oil circulating in your engine is too low to provide adequate lubrication, and that the engine should be shut down immediately before damage occurs. If you don’t believe, me, read the section of your Owner’s Manual that deals with this warning light,

That being said, it is entirely possible that the oil pressure sensor is defective, and that your oil pump is operating normally. However, if you intend to continue to drive this car, you should have it towed to a reputable mechanic in order to determine the exact reason for the warning light coming on. If you continue to drive it, you are risking destruction of the engine.