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What does the Oil Pressure Low, Stop Engine message mean?

If you're seeing this message on your instrument panel, it means that the oil pressure in your engine is low. If you continue to drive with low oil pressure, it can cause severe damage to your engine. Low oil pressure can be caused by many things, including a loose oil fill cap, a low oil level, or a problem with the oil pump. If you're seeing this message, pull over as soon as possible and check your oil level. If it's low, add oil and see if the message goes away. If it doesn't, or if you don't have enough oil to top it off, call FixMyCar mechanics to come to you and help diagnose the problem.

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What does the Oil Pressure Low, Stop Engine message mean?

If you're seeing this message on your instrument panel, it means that the oil pressure in your engine is low. If you continue to drive with low oil pressure, it can cause severe damage to your engine....

My check gauge light and check engine are on. What can be the issue?

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How do I use the Digital Speedometer feature in the driver information center (DIC)?

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What does the Service Engine Soon Light mean?

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