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My daewoo nubira ,manual, after a short run ,engine warm , the oil light came on ,stayed on , a tappet type rattle developed , engine runs smooth (not missing ) ,oil level normal ,basically runs well with oil light coming on , and rattly. hope you have some idea.Thanks

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Start with changing the oil. The oil filter might be plugged.

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