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Could be damage from jacking vehicle to change tires. Sometimes lift kits are installed to match oversize tires and clearance might be messed up by putting on smaller tires. Any chance dipstick was already leaking?
Sounds like your Rims and Tires are too big. I'm surprised the place that sold them to you didn't tell you those wouldn't fit. Did they at least advise you that the larger tire will through your Speedometer off? If you change the Rim and Tire size you have to change the speed gear in the transmission in order to keep your speedometer accurate.
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The light you have illuminated (the ( ! ) light) is the 'low tire pressure' light.
One or more of your tires is below the recommended inflation pressure.
What you need to do:
Check all of the tire pressures (including the spare) with an accurate tire pressure gauge. The gauges that look like a pen, and fit in your pocket, are not accurate. Get a good gauge; one with a needle display. Set the tire pressures in accordance with the tire pressures that are printed inside the driver's side door area, on a sticker. One the tire pressures are reset, the light should go out automatically on the next startup or two.
Important note: If the light came on after you just had new tires fitted, and the inflation pressure is correct, your tire shop may have damaged the sensor.
If you need further assistance, please feel free to get back to me.
You'll need to buy one of those electronic tire pressure gauges. Make sure you get a decent one as the cheap ones are not accurate. Especially the ones that dealers give that have the rod that slides out the back. Gas station ones are not that accurate as they get abused.
The actual tire pressure you require will be listed on one of the door jambs of your car. It's most often on the passenger side
If the tires are really worn down and look like they are dry rotting..(cracks) it may be a good idea to get a new set. Also note some vehicles do develope a problem with the abs and 4 wd sensors when tires are different in diameter it's a good bet that they may be looking out for your safty.