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I have a 2002 land rover Diso that is making a tapping noise and the check engine and oil lights are blinking, It just left the rover dealer 30 min ago and they said this would happen. what might it be

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    Jeffrey Turcotte Nov 13, 2010

    sounds like you're out of oil, no?

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Take it back and tell them to sort it out it should of never left the workshop

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