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The oil light keeps on flickering even though I checked the level and it's at the correct level. I even checked all other levels for all other fluids and they are all correct. What can be the reason that the flickering doesn't stop.

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There are a number of reason that could cause this: bad sensor, low oil pressure, wire rubbed and grounding out.

You need to screw out the oil pressure sensor and screw in a pressure guage then crank the car and observe the guage. It should stay above 20 psi at all times.

Does it flicker when idling or driving or both?

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