It is also easy to check the oil, but for the precision measurement, it is necessary to make sure the engine is cool and park the car in the flat. The position determined, using the dipstick (usually yellow or orange handle is inserted into the engine).
Pull out the dipstick, and a roll of paper to dry, do not drop. Again to repeat the operation, and then take out again. At this point the oil stops at a place between the minimum and maximum values. If it is located at the maximum or near maximum, then everything is fine.
2 make up the oil
If you show the oil dipstick near the minimum value then you have to add some oil. In order to avoid engine damage and warranty failure, you have to choose the correct label of the oil line. This point is written in the manual, and the dealer will also tell you the relevant information.
Oil labels are usually represented in numbers and letters, such as 10W-30, and synthetic and non synthetic oils.
In engine cooling, found oil cover (top engine, a pot logo). Before opening the cover, it is better to clean up the surrounding dust and slag, to avoid falling into the engine.
After opening the cover, use the funnel to pour the oil into the engine. Wait for a moment and the dipstick depth measurement. Value should be less than the maximum value. If there is a need, then add, but do not pack too full. Remove the cover and the dipstick, wipe out the oil droplets.
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