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Get the code from a scanner to see what triggered it,or disconnect the battery 2 minutes to erase the code.if it was a loose gas cap,the light will not come back on. one of the most common things is also an 02 sensor...the scanner will tell you if it the front or rear 02 sensor.you will need an 02 sensor socket,or 22mm crows foot ,extension bar and a 3/8 ratchet.it takes 10 minutes to replace.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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    nilo perez Aug 22, 2011

    ???? i do not understand what the gas cap and the 02 sensor have to do with oil pressure???

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