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Ok, if not done yet, the ECU should be checked to make sure it has the latest software updates and updated if needed.
If software is up to date, then the oil level sensor in the oil pan should be tested as well as the wiring harness to it tested and repaired as needed.
Most of the time it is the oil level sensor, which lists for $124 and is 3.7 hours, around $370 to $500 in labor to replace.
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