Auto Repair: How Do I Check or Add Engine Oil to My Car or Truck? – 1AAuto.com



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1A Auto shows you how easy it is to check the oil level and add oil if necessary. The look and placement of the oil dipstick and fill cap may vary depending on your vehicle but the basic procedure is the same.

🔧 Instructions:

1. Checking the Oil Level 0:52
2. Determining the Correct Oil 3:24
3. Adding Oil 3:08

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  1. It goes by the amount of mileage that you put on it. The cheaper oil is typically rated at 3,000 miles where most synthetics say you can go 7,500

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