Whether you drive a Jaguar XF or an F-PACE, knowing how to check the oil level in your car can save you time and money. Thanks to the electronic oil monitors in most new vehicles, it’s easy to keep up with your Jaguar maintenance schedule for oil changes. In the guide below, Jaguar North Scottsdale covers everything you need to know about how to check car oil using your car’s electronic monitoring system or a traditional oil dipstick.
Like the majority of new models on the market, newer Jaguar vehicles include a dash display for the oil level. To get an accurate reading, park on a level surface and wait a few minutes so that the oil can settle. Here’s how to check car oil using your car’s electronic monitoring system:
If the reading indicates that you need to add more oil, open the hood and locate the oil reservoir cap, which should be clearly marked. Working slowly, add oil using a funnel. Be sure not to overfill, and continue re-checking the level after each addition.
Most newer Jaguar models don’t use an oil dipstick, but you’ll need to check your oil this way if you drive a slightly older model. Park on level ground, cut the engine, and wait a few minutes for it to cool down. Here’s how to check a car’s oil using a traditional oil dipstick:
As you can see, learning how to check the oil level in a car is a simple process! Ready for another DIY car-care challenge at home in Phoenix or Peoria? Contact us today for more tips from the experts at Jaguar North Scottsdale.
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