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What does it mean when the message "STOP ENGINE,

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Means you have a low oil pressure issue. First check oil level, if ok call shop who did oil change and describe your check engine issue.

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Your vehicle is equipped with an engine oil change
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indicator system. The "Oil Change Due" message will
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Got a message on dashboard "Stop Engine". What


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If the symptoms keep showing you may need to change your oil pressure sensor. Whey you buy the part you will see how easy it is.

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Do you mean the "Oil" light or the "Oil Life System" light?
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If the oil light is on, you need to stop operating the engine and have it checked to find out why the light is telling you that there is no oil pressure.

If you mean the Oil Life light, Then here are the instructions:

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1. With the ignition key in RUN but the engine off,

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2. Turn the key to OFF.

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The person that changed the oil should have resetted the light.

Just drive to an AutoZone store, ask for somebody to check your vehicle computer codes, once they check them up, ask them to reset the change oil soon light, they would do this at no charge. This is a free service they offered to all their customers.

Don't forget to rate this post. Good luck!!

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