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Took my car to tire plus for a oil change now the check oil light stays on but goes off when i give it some gas

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  • haddix61 Oct 05, 2008

    oil level is fine they say it the oil sensor could they have unpluged something buy chance

  • haddix61 Oct 06, 2008

    ok, taking it to hyundai let you know after

  • haddix61 Oct 06, 2008

    just to let you know . I went to hyundai and they check out my car ,and the oil change place forgot to put back in the center plastic peice with the o ring so the car was getting too much pressure. I called and they had it,so Itook it back and they put in and paid me for the service charge hyundai charge me and gave me two hundred dollars in discount cards and put in writing that next time I need tires I'll get them at cost. thanks for trying to help

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:Check the oil level immediately to make sure they filled it properly, DO NOT drive the car until you do. If they did not fill to capacity u may do serious damage to your engine. Let me know what the level is. countrycurt0

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  • Curt Downs Oct 05, 2008

    I don't know where the oil pressure sending unit is located on your car, if it was unplugged, the light would be on all the time, not go off when u give it some gas. It is possible (quite a coincidence) that the oil pressure unit is defective and decided to act up when the oil was changed. I would have it checked (oil pressure) to make sure it isn't low pressure. Let me know what u find out. good luck! countrycurt0

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