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2008 Sebring Convertible 2.7

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Old 01-30-2018, 03:04 PM
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My car recently turn 60,000 and for a birthday present it wanted and o2sensor so I gave it all 4 thinking that would satisfy her. But no a month later she starts flashing her oil light.. Well there are not any obd codes, oil is fine and changed in September only has about 2000 miles since change. I am quite pissed at her for not complaining while I was under her skirt replacing the o2 sensor. I hope it is only the oil switch/sensor. Her chirping at me when I'm driving is really getting on my nerves. Looks like she is starting to fall apart at 60 what gives I always treated her good. Kept her fill with drink (gas) changed her panties every 3 to 4 thousand miles. What else can I expect at 63000 now?
 
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Old 02-05-2018, 02:13 PM
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A car is not a woman, and changing oxygen sensors has absolutely nothing to do with the oil pressure switch, any more than buying gas has to do with replacing the battery. The oil pressure switch is a known issue. Search here for a discussion complete with a "how to" and pictures on its replacement:

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