No the Oil Light will not come while you are draining the oil to the correct level.
Just don't have the car running or it will and you will have a Big Mess to clean up.
Just spin off the filter and drain the contents, put in back on and check your oil level.
You may end up putting some fresh oil back in of course it depends on how much "to high" is. Good Luck and Remember.
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you may have in correct dipstick in vehicle OR clean the dipstick and then re-check.... or if its an older 5.0 engine, there is 2 drain plugs...
The check engine light has to be reset with a OBD scan tool
on most vehicles if you disconnect the battery cables it will reset the check engine light
Easy,with the dipstick yellow handle in front of engine
It means look and check your engine, it needs care.
There is o fuse for the check engine light. The check engine is controlled by the cars computer the only way to turn it off is to fix the problem that made it come on.
To remove the check engine light off a 1994 VW Jetta is to first get a proper screw drive to twist the nails around the engine light. Next twist the thing until it you here a clicking sound.
Depends cummins powerstroke or duramax or even a little TDI Jetta are all different
The check engine light comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle. Generally, a check engine light is lit when there is a problem in the emissions or somthing that is affecting the effectiveness of the emissions.
Check the speed sensor.
On the newer cars like the Jetta there is no timing adjustment as it is set on the fly y the engine computer in accordance with sensor inputs.
The easy fix to reset the "check engine" light on the Jetta is to completely unhook the battery for at least 10 minutes. This may possibly be only a temporary fix though if the original problem that caused the light to come on still exists.