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Spanner light on

Does anyon know what the spaner light means?

theres also OIL LIFE 15% showing on the dash.boht lights came on simultaneously.

what am i supposed to do now?

also my engine light has been on too.

and my navi is on lock,its requesting code.i bouth the car like this last week.
i would greatly appreciate any advice.

thank you very much.

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  • attaswitch Feb 11, 2009

    thank you , wil get this checked.the thing is had service done on saturday.so , i wonder why this is coming up again.

    hoping to get more information on the navigotr code though.

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My first guess would be that maybe your fuel filter needs replacing and that is causing the spanner light... as for the Oil Life the moment you get a oil change it says 100 % but with use it keeps going down... 15% means its time for an Oil Change... Bad Oil Life is very bad for the engine... As for the engine light there could be many reasons to that like obsruction in fuel canister a fault in Powertrain Control Module... get to a dealership n get an assesment n then post here ;-)

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    ashish13 Feb 11, 2009

    It seems more of a PCM issue if it was serviced this saturday but sometimes service centers want the oil life to run upto 5 % before the next oil change maybe that is the reason... could you please post some details about the navigator system installed ie the model n the make :-)


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