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I have bmw e38 after driving it dripps little oil motor oil level is ok

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Check if its not the gearbox thats leaking oil. Rather take it in and have it checked- if you end up with low oil levels in the gearbox it will leave you out of pocket with having to do expensive repairs or replacement.

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now when you put the brake on you are drawing power from the fuse board to feed the stop lights,so either you have a power supply problem of some description or the brake pedal mechanism has pulled some cables.But you could also have a ECU problem where when you apply the brakes its throwing up the oil light which could be caused by a bad earth.Sorry but this is one of them problems where a BMW dealer mechanic would obviously have come across this before and would be able to sort it out in minutes.But the problem their is that a lot of garages have unscrupulous reception clerks that like to write a bill out to milk the customer..

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Before you make any other moves, I would try having the transmission flushed and refilled and filters changed and if that doesn't work, you may have burned out the modulator so you may have to shop around for another transmission or have that one rebuilt, whichever would be feasibly financial for you.

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change the oil pressure sending unit on the engine.

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It sounds more like the alternator is bad. This will cause the battery to run down.

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u might need to consult a professional as your 7 series is quite an old one.

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