Originally Posted by HinshawWRX
Because a CEL is only triggered when a sensor detects a value out of range. There is no oil leak sensor, because that is dumb. Therefore, you get no CEL. Eventually if it leaked enough you would get an Oil light.
CEL is not the save all for cars. End user is required to visually check components often.
Thank you all for clarifying what the CE LIGHT is for. I just figured a oil leak from turbo is a big enough issue to cause something to go off.
Yes I noticed this as I did my routine check.