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It is a warning for oil pressure. Stop, don't drive, check oil level on the dipstick, if it's ok, check to see if the connector on the oil sender unit has not come loose and is touching somewhere in the engine. It could also be a faulty oil sender. If all this is "Greek" to you, get a mechanic to check it out
Posted on Aug 18, 2015
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