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The light with the legend "Service engine soon" is turned on
what´s up with my buick lesabre 1994 motor? what´s problably wrong?
This problem appeared on my car after a oil change, i put 5 liters of oil
and the device to mesaure, the mark is over the zone indicate in, it is the problem?

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Yes, the oil should not be up too high on the indicator. To see what the service engine soon is telling you go to a Checker Auto, O'Rielly Auto Parts, or any other auto parts store that offers free automotive scans and they will tell you why your light is on. If the person whom is performing the scan is nice you can ask them to clear your codes. Fix that oil problem ASAP!

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