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What does it mean and what should I do if the engine oil pressure warning light goes on.

1 – the engine oil level was not checked and it might be insufficient to ensure complete lubrication and sufficient engine oil supply at the fixed flow. In this case you should switch off the engine immediately, wait a few minutes for the lubricant to flow back to the oil sump and then check its level.

1 – the engine oil level was not checked and it might be insufficient to ensure complete lubrication and sufficient engine oil supply at the fixed flow. In this case you should switch off the engine immediately, wait a few minutes for the lubricant to flow back to the oil sump and then check its level. If the engine oil level is too low it should be topped up with the suitable or similar engine oil by adding it in small portions - a large top up may cause a thermal shock. The optimum engine oil level should be between the upper and the lower mark on the dipstick. However, if it turns out the lubricant level is significantly higher than the upper mark (and it is significantly higher...

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