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If your vehicle has an engine, it needs oil to stay lubricated. Most cars and trucks on the market feature a dipstick to check the oil level, and the following instructions will assume as much. Certain cars are not equipped with dipsticks and instead rely on an electronic sensor to measure the oil level. In this case, the owner's manual will outline the conditions that need to be met before the system delivers an accurate reading


If your vehicle has an engine, it needs oil to stay lubricated. Most cars and trucks on the market feature a dipstick to check the oil level, and the following instructions will assume as much. Certain cars are not equipped with dipsticks and instead rely on an electronic sensor to measure the oil level. In this case, the owner's manual will outline the conditions that need to be met before the system delivers an accurate reading


 

If your vehicle has an engine, it needs oil to stay lubricated. Most cars and trucks on the market feature a dipstick to check the oil level, and the following instructions will assume as much. Certain cars are not equipped with dipsticks and instead rely on an electronic sensor to measure the oil level. In this case, the owner's manual will outline the conditions that need to be met before the system delivers an accurate reading

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