If you are seeing low oil pressure light, it means the engine is running dry. Getting that repeatedly means you actually damaged the engine and due to the damage, it will most likely continue to burn oil unless it is rebuild. All this could have been avoided if you checked the oil and maintained it level.My 2018 Compass is "burning" oil at a rate of 1 quart for every 750 miles. So around the 4000 mile point between oil changes, I will see the "low oil pressure" warning light, and immediately afterward the engine shuts down....while I am driving!!! According to the dealership, this consuming of oil at a rate of 2 quarts every 1500 miles is totally normal and right in line with Crystler's guidelines. Even though there is a 2018 Jeep Compass recall due to a leak somewhere in the oil system, causing all of the oil to leak out and the engine to stall. They say that recall is VIN specific and applies only to a handful of cars. And the only logical explanation is that my car just burns up an entire 6 quarts of oil every couple of months. I called Crystler to confirm this and they can't tell me anything at all about the specs of my vehicle. They simply said that I should listen to the dealership. I cannot imagine that something this unsafe would have been purposeful.