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  • avatar karjunkie 10/19/08 7:26 am PST

    Aftermarket radio installers are responsible for most electrical gremlins like yours. Unfortunately, the only way to fix it properly is to trace the short in the wiring. I would start with the oil pressure sensor and work back. Also, test the voltage at the fuse boox level.Most auto stores have a tool to trace shorts in the wires.

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  • karjunkie 10/19/08 7:26 am PST

    Aftermarket radio installers are responsible for most electrical gremlins like yours. Unfortunately, the only way to fix it properly is to trace the short in the wiring. I would start with the oil pressure sensor and work back. Also, test the voltage at the fuse boox level.Most auto stores have a tool to trace shorts in the wires.

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