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onlyoneunited

Engine Warning Light On Ii Ignitions

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I recently had my thermostat & housing replaced and since then I've been paranoid about my car.

I've noticed a few warning lights on the dash come on when i turn the ingnition key part way, to turning number II if i recall correctly. They all light up when i turn the ignition and then they most of them come off again, except the oil warning, battery check, and engine warning light as well as obviously the handbrake light. When i turn the ignition key all the way they all come off.

is it normal to have the engine warning, battery and oil check lights stay on when turning the key part-way?

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Normal once all off when start engine that's fine

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Totally normal, the oil pressure light goes off when pressure comes up and the battery light goes off once the alternator is producing a charge.

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ok, thanks for the replies. much appreciated

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