Many Mercedes-Benz models have electronic oil monitors that don’t use traditional dipsticks. Accordingly, the first step to checking the oil level in your Mercedes-Benz is breaking out your owner’s manual. If you’re checking the oil manually in an older vehicle, just follow these steps:
Usually, dipsticks. have two marks to indicate oil level, or a cross-hatched area. If the oil level is between these marks, that indicates you have sufficient oil in your Mercedes-Benz engine. If it isn’t, you’ll need to contact our service center to add more engine oil or schedule Mercedes-Benz Synthetic Motor Oil Replacement service.
Mercedes-Benz Synthetic Motor Oil Replacement service* is an extremely important part of your car’s regular maintenance schedule. And while this service is generally recommended every 10,000 miles as part of Mercedes-Benz Service A** and Mercedes-Benz Service B**, it’s also a requirement to keep your vehicle running it’s best for years afterward***. That’s because Mercedes-Benz synthetic motor oil helps reduce engine friction, remove impurities during the combustion process, and so much more. So if you have any questions about if it’s time for this service, or why it’s important, give us a call at (703) 448-2289.
Let the service experts here at Mercedes-Benz of Tysons Corner near Great Falls walk you through the process of how to check car oil! Contact us today for additional information and we’ll make sure your Mercedes-Benz maintenance & service needs are met! Explore our other service tips and tricks, like our guide to Mercedes-Benz Service A and Service B at Mercedes-Benz of Tysons Corner.
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