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it means the oil pressure is low and may be low enough to damage the engine if you keep drving/running the engine. it would help if you could tell us the actual oil pressure, engine and mileage . basically, the oil pressure may be low enough to wreck your engine, then again it may be bs......
the low side port is under the rf fender on the accumul;ator.\
you have to lay down and reach up inside the inner fender area in front of the rf tire.
the high pressure port is on the condensor. near the drivers side, top of radiator, but in front of the radiator.
you can just see the black cap pobably.
Sounds like you may have a leak in the airmatic suspension struts on the rear. These govern the height of the car in different modes. Not an immediate problem unless you are loosing a visible amount of fluid but it will only get worse.
To check if you have airmatic you will have buttons just behind the gear lever which can be used to put the car in to a stiffer, lower mode or to raise it for rough ground
Most horns on GM cars are located low in front of one of the front wheels behind the fender. They are usually accessed by either removing the complete headlight assy or going from the bottom of the car and removing the plastin filler panel in front of the wheel.