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Oil level dipstick measurement on Audi R8 4.2 FSi

To what level of the dipstick should the oil be filled, and what is the recommended oil brand (factory) to use?

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You should use premium unleaded gas in ur audi r8.

Posted on Jan 13, 2011

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Most likely the dealership were you purchased the vehicle from will perform the services for you . remember that your r8 need an oil service every 10k miles. if youve changed the oil less than 10k miles ago. and light comes on notify dealer .they will reset the code to remove the light from car. and also you will need 1 quart every 5k miles. SYNTHETIC ONLY! i use amsoil in my lamborghini and r8

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I believe that this vehicle doesn't have a dip stick and should be serviced by the dealer only.

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Fig. 1: Grasp the engine oil dipstick and withdraw it from the tube

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Fig. 2: Observe the oil level on the dipstick and add oil if it is low

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