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No oil or Ignition lights

Fuses look ok

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Check oils dipstick and fuses in glove comparment and under bonnet next to battery

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Your half way there. All you need is a wiring diagram to trace the wire from the ignition to that fuse. Most likely it is one wire from the ignition, then it splices to the different fuses. In my experience the splice fails(corrosion), Some times you loose one area, some times all. Depends on which side of the splice is corroded the most. Splices are hard to find. Even harness diagrams can be as much as 2 feet off. I usually find the color code of the wire and run a new wire. In your case, it would be from the ignition switch to the fuse panel.

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After changing the engine oil, the system must be reset.

With the ignition key to ON, push the RESET button

located in the driver's side instrument panel fuse block. The

CHANGE OIL light will start to flash, press and hold the

RESET button again. The reset is complete when you hear
the chimes sound and the CHANGE OIL light goes out.

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Oil change light how do you reset


REMOVE THE FUSE COVER ON LEFT DRIVER SIDE OF DASH.INSIDE FUSE BOX IS A RED RESET BUTTON.TO RESET OIL CHANGE LIGHT.TURN ON THE IGNITION SWITCH WITH ENGINE NOT RUNNING.WITH IGNITION SWITCH ON POSITION,PRESS THE RED RESET BUTTON.WHEN THE CHANGE OIL LIGHT STARTS TO FLASH ,PRESS AND HOLD RESET BUTTON AGAIN.THE RESET IS COMPLETE WHEN YOU HEAR THE CHIMES AND THE CHANGE OIL LIGHT GOES OUT.

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some cars with oil level warning light on, it doesn't mean that its only reading the engine oil level is low, sometime the transmission fuid too. Did you check your transmission fluid if it is ok or not? try to check and let us know, ok.

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The procedure you used is for the 2006 > Vue, and will not work on your 2003. For the 2002-2005 Saturn Vue V4 or V6 - Under the hood you will see a black fuse box behind the battery. Open it up and you will see a red button, it is small and looks like a fuse but on the top it will say Oil-Res. Turn on the ignition & press and hold that button for about 10 seconds. You may want to have a friend sit in the driver's seat and watch for the indicator to start flashing, which indicates you've activated the reset. Turn off the ignition and that will reset the Oil light.

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1988 cherokee wipers,radio, heater blower just went like that could it be ignition switch problem? thanks much


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My car has the oil light on


First - did you use the correct viscosity - SAE spec ?
Using a thiner oil can affect oil pressures.
Presuming that you did, and oil levels are ok, then I would check if this is a standard service light come one. They are programmed to light after a certain milage since the last change - and this seems likely if you have just done it (before light came on to remind you)

Try resetting it. This works for most models -
Turn ignition on - so you get display/ lights etc.
Set trip meter to show milage.
Turn ignition off.
Press trip meter button - and keep pressing it while turning ignition to on again.
Light should blink and go out.
Take finger off trip meter.
Depending on model - you may get some figures - 1200 , 800 , etc. This alows you to change service interval if you want - but if not - then just turn ignition off again.
Light should stay off.

If this doesn't solve it, I'll look for specific info of how to do it - or start checking other possible causes to check.

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1996 Volvo 850 GLT Fuse #15 keeps blowing out


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Since you've got a '96 I assume your #15 fuse is 10 amps and for the following components:

Audio System, Courtesy Lights, Door Open Light, Trunk Light, Glove Box Light, Remote Control Central Locking System, Oil Level Sensor, Seat Belt Reminder, Data Link Connector.

Turn ignition to OFF, turn off all interior lighting (by operating the selector inside the car), close all doors, wait about 20 seconds and insert a new fuse. If the fuse is blown immediately upon insertion my guess would be that you have an aftermarket audio system with faulty wiring or maybe something is wrong with you Data Link Connector. If that is not the case the problem might prove a little bit harder to find, and you'll definitely need a wiring diagram. Check this site:
http://www.volvoclub.org.uk/volvo_workshop-850techdocs.shtml

If the fuse is not blown immediately upon insertion: Good, the components affiliated with the fuse can then be grouped by what ignition position they are active at (OFF, 1, 2) and tested individually.

POSITION OFF:
- Door open light, courtesy lights, glove box light, trunk light, remote central locking system.
Make sure the glove box light really is turned off when closing the glove box.
After that it's simply a matter of testing these components one after the other (with the ignition at position OFF) by opening/closing doors, turning on/off trunk light etc, checking the fuse between each component test.
Make sure that the interior lighting is turned off when you test the central locking, or else you might end up faulttracing central locking when the problem was with the interior lighting :)
(Since the interior lights can be set to turn on when the central locking is operated).

POSITION 1:
- Usually the audio system, unless it's an aftermarket system.
If the fuse breaks the second you turn the ignition to position 1 the audio system probably has faulty wiring.

POSITION 2:
If the fuse breaks the second you turn the ignition to position 2 one of these two components is the culprit:
- Seat belt reminder, oil level sensor.
Fasten all seat belts and try again with a new fuse.
If the fuse still breaks the oil level sensor is most likely the culprit.
If the fuse didn't break the seat belt reminder is the culprit. If so you can simply disconnect the seat belt reminder relay, ridding you of both your fuse problem and the annoying seat belt reminder. The relay is located behind the cover over the drivers feet (easily removed, just a couple of torx screws, no breakable interior clips).

The central locking relay and the alarm module are also found there, as well as some other electrical components.

The Data Link Connector is an unlikely culprit, but it's probably best if you unplugged it completely during testing.
If everything turns out ok with it disconnected you can test it at the end. (The Data Link Connector is the OBD II conncetor located by the coin holder, in front of the gearchange).

Good luck!

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