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Sensors have been removed but still show astyre pressure failure on dash
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fault code 0562.oil level sensor
You have two sensors that could cause the light to go on. The oil pressure sensor and oil level sensor. Both are easily replaced by someone relatively OK with cars (DIY). You would want to spend the $100 or so and have the dealership do a full diognostic to verify if its truly the sensor and which one. In my case, same problem, and it has been verified that it was the oil level sensor.
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
SOURCE: 202 cat error
where the rubber pipe joins manifold on engine their is a plastic fitting that the pipe fits onto ,if you look carefully you will see where the jubille clip and flantened it a bit ,thats your reading no doubt .if it runs ok ignore the fault codes,as a matter of fact iam surprissed you have evan managed to read it as its all encrypted software and it will show different codes to what it will show on a renault machine
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I had a new sensor fitted recently at a tyre centre, but after driving home one of the rear tyres disappeared off the display! I had them reset the whole system only to find it happened again soon afterwards. Just looked at the fuse panel (right hand side on UK cars, at end of dashboard), no 'reset' switch. However, I did pull out a few fuses to see if that worked. By pure luck, there is a fuse with a strange name (can't remember it now) that is like disconnecting the battery completely (it's a 10A fuse located 3rd down from the top). Plug it back in and hey presto, no more flat tyre warning light, and centre screen shows all 4 tyres correctly. Genius!!
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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