This happened with my 1999 Seville STS. I was driving down the street at about 3am, doing about 35 and this slow car cut in front of me. I turned on my signal light and change lanes. Then I WOT (wide open throttle) to make a light that was about to turn yellow. I did make the light and I was going about 70 or more. Next thing I know I heard a multi-chime, then my DIC said: Oil Pressure Low Stop Engine. Since it was dark outside, I drove the car for less than a mile so I can get to a safe spot to turn the engine off. I think I turned down the 3rd intersection that I made it to, then cut the car off. I turned it back on and checked for codes. There was none. I let the car sit for about 5 minutes, while I checked my oil dip stick (it appeared to at a normal level, but I barely could see since it was dark and my hood lamp was out). Then I turned the engine back on. The indicator didn't come back on so I drove the car almost 5 miles home. The indicator never came back on. When I got home and did some research about low oil pressure, most indicted that if one doesn't turn off the engine immediately upon seeing the warning lamp, severe engine damage will result. What I would like to know is if I damaged my engine for driving up to 3 intersection while the indicator was chiming and why didn't the indicator come back on after I stop the engine and restarted it after 5 minutes??? I last changed my oil exactly 1254 miles ago and my oil life indicator is at I think 60 something. I put 7.5 qts in it and I put 10 30 as usual. I've never had this problem before.