Hey Michael, it's not leaking at all. Not a single drop of oil. I made sure of this as I brake cleaned the area so it was spotless. The oil levels on the dipstick side is fine, so it's a faulty oil level sensor (otherwise known as a 'MINIMUM OIL LEVEL sensor'). You're right on the $260 fee for just a sensor on an old car, hence to why I wanted to know whether the ECU can be 'tricked' by shorted the wires (just like the coolant level sensor wires). Otherwise, I can just live with the illuminated low oil light on.If it's because it leaks you could have the sump removed next oil change and put a new O ring 9n it.
No, nothing comes up in terms of ECN error codes or the OBD2 scan port.Dear guys,did you find anything on the pedal test which is throttle+brake then turn ignition on, wait 5secs&read the odometer, Mine call's it an ECN? There is a 68page book of fault codes that you can download as well. Mine is a 2007 H twintop Bought for$1500(less than an iPhone in AUS).