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Old 12-19-2012, 08:40 PM
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If you have no further leaks, and you are not losing oil (check the dipstick regularly of course, around 5 minutes after total engine/elecctrical shutdown, and on a level road), and if you don't have an oil pump code, then its either a defective oil pressure indicator or a too poor idle as you've been suggested to.

The idle speed can be adjusted easily by turning the screw thread on the idle control cable that is connected to the throttle. Not a good description but if you look at it you'll immediately understand what I mean. As you turn it clockwise and counter clockwise (to tighten and loosen which increases and reduces your idle speed accordingly), you can actually see the cable move and pull the throttle open or release it etc.
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