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I would strongly suggest that you get a manual. The dealer should be able to get one for you.


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If your car doesn't have an oil-level monitor, check the oil level once per 1000km. Once you start accumulating accurate oil consumption data, you can make these checks rarer. For example, if the vehicle has never consumed any oil and you already have at least 30000 km or so of data, I'd be comfortable with checking oil consumption as rarely as every 3000-...


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Check the Engine Oil Do it regularly—monthly for a vehicle in good condition; more often if you notice an oil leak or find you need to add oil routinely. The car should be parked on level ground so you can get an accurate dipstick reading. Don’t overfill. And if you do have a leak, find and fix it soon. Check Tire Air Pressure Once a month and before any ...


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