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Oil pressure on my audi a4 is low after been service what will cause this

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First check the Dip Stick and see where your oil levels are, if its low, then add more Oil as mechanic may not have replaced the correct amount after service. second, if you can reach your Oil filter in the engine just give it a tighten with your hand as it should only be hand tight. and thirdly look for any signs of an oil leak, either Oil spill inside the engine or under the car. Generally Oil levels should be full after any car service. Good Luck.

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