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First check the oil level make sure car is on level ground when doing this top up if its below the lowest mark on dip stick,
seconed make sure that the wire is on the oil pressure switch if this is off the light will come on.
third replace the switch as it could be faulty.
between all these steps start engine brief to see if light goes out
if none of these steps work it means that the oil pump in the sump of the engine is not work and needs replacing and if at any time the engine becomes loud or a knocking sound can be heard turn it off before damage can occur and take it to pro

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