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Why doesn't the oil light go away after changing the oil

If you've just changed your oil and the oil light is still on, there could be a few reasons why. Make sure that you use the correct type of oil for your car. If you use a different kind of oil, it could cause the sensor to malfunction. Additionally, check to see if you have correctly reset the oil life indicator. If not, the light will stay on until it's reset. It's also possible that there is an issue with the oil pump or pressure sensor.

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