If you think about this, most "real" oil pressure warning light alerts are caused by low oil level-a damaging low level- a far lower level than would have already triggered our Sprinters warning light. Most "false" oil pressure warning light alerts are caused by faulty senders. Many times- oil pressure sender housings are the cause of substantial oil leaks. If a vehicle is equipt with a low oil level warning system- it substitutes sufficiently(and in the case of low oil level-substitutes more effectively) for most all-oil pressure warning issues. If you experience an extremly rare failure of the oil pump or its drive chain-you're likely doomed before you could react to a oil pressure idiot light or pressure gauge. Doktor AHmmm. I'm certain that there's wisdom in that somewhere. We just 'trust' or hope that there's pressure? Anyone know why they choose not to monitor and report on pressure?