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Please check if there is the proper amount of oil in the container. If you lift your car hood you should see a handle with an oil tank icon on it. Lift it out, wipe it clean first, then place back in and lift out again. Make sure the level is at the proper amount. If it isn't you will need to add more oil accordingly.

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