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Experience:  VW Technician, VW FastTrack, VW Academy, VW Certified
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I have a Hyndai Azera. I took it and had the oil changed and

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I have a Hyndai Azera. I took it and had the oil changed and immediately afterward, the engine light came on andwhen I slow down enough to stop, the oil light comes on. I have taken it back to the garage 2 x and they cannot figure it out. It's not leaking oil. The level is fine. The engine light was reset twice.
JA: Have you ever replaced the gaskets? Maybe the hoses?
Customer: what hoses and gaskets? the car only has 40,000 miles
JA: What year is your Azera?
Customer: 2013
JA: Are you fixing your Azera yourself? What have you tried so far?
Customer: no
JA: Anything else you want the mechanic to know before I connect you?
Customer: I outlined everything in the first paragraph that the mechanic did
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  gomi_otaku replied 5 months ago.

You may want to check that the shop (not a Hyundai dealership?) replaced your filter with the correct filter, and the correct weight of oil. Many newer cars are extremely sensitive now, and having the correct viscosity of oil at startup so that valves open correctly, etc can be very tricky. I know the new Dodge Dart is very finicky, if you let it sit for a month it won't even start unless you crank it for a few minutes to pump up the oil pressure.

Also, did they read the fault codes that were stored? That should give a vital clue as to what system is being affected.