So it goes like this: I'm driving the ETC to a wedding last night, everything's great, when I look down a see a message that says 'Low Oil Pressure/Stop Engine'. Never saw anything like that before; never knew such a message existed. Needless to say, the car was running fine, no weird noises, not over heating, etc, so I continued my trip (another three miles) without incident. I'd been driving in fairly heavy traffic (moving good though) and had just exited the highway on a downhill ramp and came to a stop when the message first appeared. It did this four or five times as I made my way to the next connecting highway, and then simply stopped. Never saw it again on the ride home, but it obviously got my attention. Can you Northstar gurus give me some insight on what occured? I'm figuring when I came to an idle, the oil pressure dropped enough to trigger the low oil pressure sensor, causing the message display. Is there any inherent danger in not heeding the warning in this situation? Your asssessment, please.