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Q: How do I add engine oil?

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How do I add engine oil?

A: Adding engine oil is an important part of m...

Adding engine oil is an important part of maintaining a healthy engine that will last the life of the vehicle. Always use the correct weight of oil and do not overfill. To add engine oil.

  1. Check the engine oil.

  2. Re-insert the engine oil dipstick.

  3. Twist off engine oil filler cap.

  4. Insert funnel.

  5. Poor correct grade of oil slowly into engine.

  6. Allow time to drain and check.

  7. Add/check until the oil level is between the “MIN” and “MAX” operating range.

  8. Reinstall oil filler cap.

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