According to the manufacturer's recommendation, the engine oil should be changed after 12 months of operation or after 15 thousand km. mileage and whichever comes first
In severe operating conditions in a large city or a very dusty area, change the oil and filter every 7~8 thousand km.
You will need: a 10 wrench, engine oil, an oil filter, a clean rag, a container for draining oil with a capacity of at least 5 liters, a special wrench for unscrewing the drain plug, a flat-blade screwdriver, a hammer
Approximately 3.35 liters of oil are needed for a change.
Use engine oil that complies with European ACEA A2 or AZ or APISJ. viscosity grades 15W40, 10W40.5W40.15W50 or 5W50 (depending on climatic conditions).
Drain the oil after driving, while the engine is still warm. If the engine is cold, start and warm it up to operating temperature.
Pour in the same brand of oil as the oil that was in the engine.
If you still decide to change the brand of oil, flush the lubrication system with flushing oil or oil of the brand that will be used.
To do this, after draining the old oil, fill in new oil to the lower mark on the dipstick.
Start the engine and let it idle for 10 minutes.
Drain the oil before replacing the oil filter. Now you can fill in new oil to the required level (up to the top mark on the dipstick).
Clean the drain plug on the oil sump with a wire brush and then with a rag.
Unscrew the drain plug, after substituting a container for the drained oil, and drain the oil.
Tighten the cork.
The plug is sealed with a copper washer.
If the washer is heavily crimped, be sure to replace it with a new one.
Remove the oil filter with a special wrench and unscrew it by hand.
If you do not have a special key, then you can unscrew the filter in the order described below.
Remove the three nuts securing the exhaust manifold heat shield and remove it.
Punch the oil filter housing with a screwdriver and, using it as a lever, remove the filter from its place.
Punch the filter housing as close to the bottom as possible so as not to damage the fitting in the cylinder block.
Unscrew the Filter and remove it.
If the O-ring of the new filter is not treated with coca's steppe grease or talc, lubricate it with clean engine oil and screw the filter into place (by hand without using a tool) 3/4 of a turn from the moment the ring and the block flange come into contact cylinders.
Turn counterclockwise and remove the oil filler plug, then fill in clean oil (see "Checking the level and adding oil to the lubrication system").
Reinstall the oil filler plug
Start the engine and let it idle for a few minutes (the emergency oil pressure drop warning light should go out 2-3 seconds after starting the engine).
While the engine is running, check for oil leaks from under the drain plug and oil filter.
Stop the engine, check the oil level, add oil if necessary, tighten the plug and filter.