Checking the levels

1. Engine oil

1. Engine oil
2. Battery
3. Brake fluid
4. Windscreen washer fluid
5. Engine coolant
6. Power steering fluid.

gas and vapor could cause a fire. Do not smoke while working in the engine compartment: the presence of flammable gas and vapor could cause a fire.

Be careful not to mix up the various types of fluids when you are topping

Be careful not to mix up the various types of fluids when you are topping up:

they are all mutually incompatible and could damage the vehicle.

1. Engine oil

1. Engine oil
2. Battery
3. Brake fluid
4. Windscreen washer fluid
5. Engine coolant
6. Power steering fluid.

gas and vapor could cause a fire. Do not smoke while working in the engine compartment: the presence of flammable gas and vapor could cause a fire.

Be careful not to mix up the various types of fluids when you are topping

Be careful not to mix up the various types of fluids when you are topping up:

they are all mutually incompatible and could damage the vehicle.

1. Engine oil

1. Engine oil
2. Battery
3. Brake fluid
4. Windscreen washer fluid
5. Engine coolant
6. Power steering fluid.

gas and vapour could cause a fire. Do not smoke while working in the engine compartment: the presence of flammable gas and vapour could cause a fire.

Be careful not to mix up the various types of fluids when you are topping

Be careful not to mix up the various types of fluids when you are topping up:

they are all mutually incompatible and could damage the vehicle.

ENGINE OIL fig. 6, 7, 8

Check engine oil with the vehicle on level ground and while the engine is still warm (approximately 5 minutes after stopping the engine.

The oil level should be included between the MIN and MAX reference marks on the dipstick.

The space between MIN and MAX equals about 1 litre of oil.

when the engine is hot, the fan can start up and cause injuries. Be very careful under the bonnet: you risk burning yourself. Remember that when the engine is hot, the fan can start up and cause injuries.

Do not add oil with different specifications from the oil already in the engine.

Do not add oil with different specifications from the oil already in the engine.

If the oil level is near or actually below the MIN mark, add oil through the filler until it reaches the MAX mark.

Oil level shall never exceed the MAX mark.

IMPORTANT

IMPORTANT

If, following a check the engine oil if move the MAX level, go to a Fiat Dealership to have the correct level restored.

IMPORTANT

After topping up or changing the oil, let the engine turn for a few seconds and wait a few minutes after stopping it before you check the level.

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