Does Iowa's Lemon Law expire? I have had my car for thirty days today. If you don't know that it's ok. However, I have a 2001 Plymouth Neon to listen to my radio when the car is off I have to turn the car to on. In other words all the way to start and I can just move the keys to start it. Without starting and the radios on dashboard lights come some go off, but the oil light stays on and so does the ignition!!! Is that a bad sign? When I start the car all lights go off.
2001 Dodge Neon 4v? 4 cylindar
I think I need to change the oil. I just noticed this.
I haven't gone to a mechanic I'm short on money.
The lemon law does not apply to used vehicles. Additionally, the radio is installed to only come on when the ignition switch is turned to the on position. Also, when you put the ignition switch to the on position, some lights will come on and many of the warning lights will stay on, but they do not mean anything until the car is actually started. From what you have described there is nothing wrong with your car.
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