I’d start by looking at your battery and grounds. If the battery is weak or the terminals are corroded, that can cause electrical issues. If the ground behind the front passenger wheel well is dirty or if the ground next to the front left speaker in the dash is touching insulation, they can cause issues too. I’d make sure your grounds are clean, tight and free from any debris.
Check your battery, negative terminal cable and check the ground right behind the front passenger wheel housing. If your battery is old, the cable is damaged or if your ground is dirty/loose, it can cause these issues.
I should have been more clear about what I did. I extracted 3.5 quarts out of the dipstick tube and put the same amount back in. I didn’t drop the pan this time around. I plan on dropping the pan at 60,000 miles.
I would definitely check the grounds and the negative cable to make sure everything is not damaged, clean and on tight.
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