Hello folks, I have a 2013 Tucson GLS 2.4L AWD Engine G4KECU891338 Automatic Transmission. I've been having a low pressure oil warning light issue. I've noticed the light first came on when on a road trip and stopped to get some gas. After filling up and starting the car I noticed the light came on. Right on the spot I checked the oil level and it was right on half. Not to mess around I decided to drive a block down the street and get me some more oil to top it off. On the way there the light went off. I still got the oil and got it to full. Turned the car on and the light was back, steped on it a little and the light was gone. Decided to drive and the light stayed off the whole time I was driving, no knocking noises or any performance issues while driving. The light kept coming back on every time i turned the car on and goes way once I start driving. Per some suggestions and some research I started with the basics. First I did and Oil Change and changed the Oil Filter. I got the same results light came on the would go away. My next step was to switch out the oil pressure switch aka oil sending unit. However I've looked for the darn thing and I'm starting to think I got the wrong part or I just haven't found it. So can someone tell me if I got the right part from Autozone and the location of the oil sending unit? I was also going to do a oil pressure test with a pressure gauge but need the operating pressure specs from cold to hot and what I should be getting in case it turns out I have a bad oil pump or maybe bad cam. Thanks for your help. I'll post some pictures of what I got.