Question about 2002 Suzuki Aerio
To check your oil.
lift the bonnet and fit the rod to hold it up.
Look for a small colored handle near the side of engine.Withdraw this dipstick noting where the pipe is to return it to.
Wipe it with a rag and put it back fully into the pipe.
Now pull it out again and look at where the oil sits on the bottom.it should be at the mark for max,anything lower and the sump will need filling to the full or max mark.Note that there is usually
Changing oil is best done with the engine at normal temperature.
Us the drain bolt on the bottom of the engine sump to drain engine oil.
The oil filter is easy enough to locate if lost,replace this filter also.
make sure that the engine drain plug is in and tightened.
I hope that this gives you your basic guideline.If you need more help,just email and will try get answers
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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