Just bought a 2006 Crossfire. The area where the (Trip Milage) is, a beep then the Oil Logo with the word HI comes on once a day at least. The Manual says the Oil has too much and the oil pan needs to be...
Yes its mentioned correct in manual.The HI indication comes on when there is about 1 quart too much oil.
Get the excess oil drained.-----------
CHECKING ENGINE OIL LEVEL:-------- A sensor in the oil pan allows oil level to be checked
without opening the hood. It provides an accurate measurement of oil level, whereas the low engine oil level indicator warns that oil level is definitely too low. With the vehicle parked on a level surface, the engine is warmed up and shut off for approximately five minutes.When the ignition switch is turned to the ON/RUN position, an ISO oil level icon appears in the trip odometer window and a "clock" icon in the cumulative odometer display. Pressing the knob to the left of the speedometer twice within one second displays one of the following messages:
• -1.0 Q (-1.0L)
• -1.5 Q (-1.5L)
• -2.0 Q (-2.0L)
The indicated amount of oil must be added to the engine
if the message -2.0 Q (-2.0L) blinks and a signal sounds.
The HI message indicates that the excess oil must be
removed from the pan to avoid possible engine or
catalytic converter damage. If the ISO oil level icon and
"clock" icon remain on when attempting to check oil
level and no message follows, or if the low engine oil
level warning lamp comes on, a malfunction in the
engine oil level system is indicated. A conveniently
located dipstick allows manual checking of the oil level.
If no leaks are noted, continue to drive to the nearest
service station where the engine oil should be topped to
the "full" mark on the dipstick with an approved oil.--------------------
Apr 09, 2011 |
Chrysler Crossfire Cars & Trucks