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I don't know what your car is worth but the oil sensor runs about $9.00 and labor to install the new part is .6 of an hr to replace, you might want to find a new mechanic, also you need your oil light to work just like your temp. light or gauge those are two thing will kill an engine if you don't know what's going on. Good luck