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Oil light want go off car want stay started

Change the oil and oil filter its got a 3.5 engine

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There is a way to reset it. Call the dealership or look in your owners manual for the help. But, I know the owners manual has the fix. You have a digital screen where it says oil change due? Or at 80%?

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What are the steps in changing the oil in a 1986 Lincoln Town Car


1) Purchase appropriate oil filter, sump drain bung washer and chosen engine oil.
2) Prepare an oil pan, sump bung wrench and oil filter removal tool (check access to oil filter to be sure that your tool is suitable.)
3) Run the engine until its warm to hot.
4) With the car jacked up and secured, remove engine oil filler cap and remove engine oil sump drain bung and allow oil to flow out into your drain pan. Keep an eye on your oil and make sure it doesn't overflow from your drain pan.

5) Refit sump bung with new washer and tighten. Do not over-tighten, and be especially careful when tightening into an alluminium sump.


6) Remove oil filter. Oil will flow out from this filter when removing, so your drain pan will need to be under the filter housing when removing.


7) Run a smear of clean engine oil around the filter rubber seal and refit new filter. Tighten hand tight only. Do NOT crank this filter super tight as you may damage the rubber seal and even the filter casing which can impede oil flow.


8) Refill engine with proper quantity of oil. If you cannot find how much oil your engine is supposed to take, then refill with the same quantity of oil which you drained out.


9) Restart the engine while checking the oil pressure warning light on the dash. The warning light may stay on for three or four seconds and then go out. If this light stays on for longer, then stop your engine and check for oil leaks at the filter body and sump drain bung.


10) Once the engine oil pressure warning light is off after starting, stop the engine and check the engine oil level (with vehicle on the flat and off any axle stands.)


11) Road test the vehicle, driving it for a mile or two before re-checking for oil leaks under the engine bay and engine oil quantity.

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Oil light comes on when I turn the key on and start the engine; Then.............


yes it could be a bad secor or u need to make sure u have enough oil in your car

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The change oil light came on. on my friends 2002 monte carlo ss so i gave it an oil change and a new filter . the light won't go off.


The "Oil Change Reminder Light" has to be reset.

To reset the oil change reminder light with the accelerator pedal, turn the ignition switch to the ON position. Do not start engine. After turning the ignition ON, depress the accelerator pedal fully to the floor and let it up again 3 times within 5 seconds. The oil change reminder light should flash a few times to let you know that it is resetting. If it does not flash, turn the switch OFF and repeat the procedure. After it flashes, turn the ignition switch OFF. Then start the engine. The light should come on for a bulb check then go out and stay out.

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I was driving my 1996 monte carlo and the red oil light came on. it sputterd for a min then stalled and wont stay runnin for more then 2 to 3 sec, do you think its the oil pump?


check the oil level, then the oil filter and change the oil. if light is still on replace the oil pump. also check the old engine oil for small pieces of metal in case the engine spun a bearing if you see and dont start the engine for risk of further damage.

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Oil light stays on even after complete oil change


It sounds like your oil pump is going bad..Well bd now since you said the light stayed on...And the noise you hear is the sound of a engine not getting enough oil, to lube all those metal parts,,,,You can replace your oil pump, and hopefully you didnt do too much damage to the motor....Goodluck...

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The engine oil level is fine and the oil light is on.


This can be a few different things. I'll give you a couple. First, do you have an oil pressure gauge? If you do, watch it very closely. Specifically while accelerating, braking, and making turns... so, pretty much, all the time except when cruising. If you don't have one, you'll just have to watch the light. More than likely you are losing oil pressure and it has nothing to do with oil level. If it comes on more when the car is idling, but tends to go off when it's revved up, the oil pump may be going out or may be leaking. It could be that it's pickup line is getting clogged, but don't count on it. It could also be a clogged oil filter, but again, not likely. Change your oil AND filter first and foremost, even if you've done it recently. Then watch the light while the car is idling and while revving it SLIGHTLY. BE CAREFUL!!! If you're temperature gauge starts going up or your check engine light comes on, shut it OFF. Lack of oil pressure leads to blown engines. You don't want to spend 3-5K on a new one. Get the thing checked out. One more thing. When you get your oil changed, ask the mechanic to reset your car's oil change computer. Many newer cars will show an oil light when it's time to change the oil. If it's not reset, it won't know it was changed and will stay on. I hope this is your problem. Good luck with everything.

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98 olds intriqe 3.8 chang oil lite on when car first started then goes off after a few minutes


Your "Oil Life Monitor" needs to be reset.
Turn ignition on, engine OFF.
Fully depress and release the accelerator pedal slowly 3 times within 5 seconds.
If CHANGE OIL indicator flashes, the system is resetting.
After indicator stops flashing, turn key off, then start vehicle. If light stays off, you are done. If it comes back on, repeat the entire procedure.
**Note** Oil life monitor should be reset, whenever you change your oil and filter.

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The engine light always come on after an oil


Does it come on just when you first start it up after the oil change. Does it stay on for Miles? If it comes on just for a few mint.s right after the change, it has to do with the oil press safety. You install a new filter and as the engine starts it will have to refill the oil filter with oil, plus refill all the oil ports in the block to finely build press to shut off the press safety switch, which will the turn off the light.

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Oil light stays on, clicking noise when i push the gas!


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