This is my first post, not only on this forum but for any forum on a Jeep. I see that our 2020 Renegade has the same issues, I see many others have the same issues. Our is still under warranty and at this time, it's not looking good. Low oil pressure light went on, took it to the dealer and it did not go on for them. My wife had it go on nonstop in traffic, she called me and I told her to put it in park, it stopped and she was able to drive home. I spoke to the manufacturer and they said they would get back with me, it's been almost one week. Starting yesterday, I began to research online about this problem, I see it's very common. I was told that if I bring it back in and the light does not go on, they will charge me. I told him that it must be IN DRIVE with the AC on, he puts the key in the ignition while standing, starts the car and tells me the light is not on, I then explained a 2nd time the conditions needed, he said the shop would do that. At the end of the day they said they were not able to get the light to go on and said their lead mechanic wanted to drive it home for the night with a 100 mile round trip, that's when I explained for the 3rd time the conditions needed and the car does not need to leave their lot to replicate. They drove it for 20 miles and still said it would not come on. Just this morning I began to realize what may be happening so I did a quick white glove test on what is coming out of the end of tailpipe. Very black and oily, tested one of our other cars with more miles and it was much cleaner. My options? See my neighbor, their family owns the local Ford dealer, bye bye Jeep for good. My other option was to take it to a dealer 20 miles away so they can tell me the light is not on. BEST OPTION? Jeep simply needs a computer programming upgrade to show that the light did in fact come on, perhaps they had it and turned it off, I don't know. Last option is too easy but very undesirable to me, that is a Class Action lawsuit. These cars have all the makings for it, we will simply need more people with cars under warranty and we will need them in different US States. If any such action has begun, we need to publish it and get more on board. Do all due diligence before buying these cars, good day.