Question about Cars & Trucks
I ve a doubt on the mechanic which he pour a 5 liters of oil
Stand your car on a flat surface first ( not on a bank or hill ) lift your bonnet and look around the engine. you will see a dip stick ( a long thin rod coming out of your engine which usualy has a ring on the top so you can pull it out ) pull the rod out and clean the end of it. once its clean push it right in to the hole it came from all the way down. now pull it back out again and you will see oil on the bottom of it. there is a small mark on the bottom of the rod which tells you full and empty . it needs to be close to the full mark . hope this helps
Posted on Apr 29, 2015
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