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yes remove the dash and then cut the feed on the `printed circuit abd then loop a feed from the oil light switch so it goes out when engine is started ,fools most vehicle inspectors for the annual vehicle inspection test
You will need to have another code scan done. A faulty glow plug will
certainly show up on a scan, but should NOT bring on the engine MIL
light. Erase all faults showing at present. This should extinguish the
engine light. Thin start and stop engine a number of times until the
light comes back on. This will re boot on-board computer. Do another
scan and the fault should show up. If possible do a live reading,
paying close attention to the (oxygen sensors) lambda units
Best of luck
check and recheck all conections on battery and starter and grounds on battery and the ground on engine bblock and body ground or grounds,if not sure make another one ,check connections at battery ,it does sound like a bad ground to body and eng just make ur owne and see what happens
Most important thing you need to do is to establish the actual oil pressure. put a mechanical gauge on the engine and read real oil pressure. If pressure is low (min is 15psi, I prefer to see at least 20 at idle) there is an internal problem...bearings etc. If pressure is good, sending unit has failed...replace it. I would not drive it 'till the oil pressure is verified as being safe. You might get lucky and someone just forgot to plug in the sending unit, but it must be checked!!! good luck
I think when it starts flashing the car is in "limp home mode" which indicates there is a problem and limits the engine to minimise damage. Best get it to a garage and get it plugged into diognostics equipment.