Just read the owners manual as suggested. I will try the manuals way and see if it's different. Fingers crossed.Had the machines off for over 1 hour. I think this would be for not indicating on the dip stick an overfull situation. But thanks for the input, appreciate it.
Drive it like you stole it..I think Barbara knows how to drive and do a proper break in.
ECO is the wrong way to break in.These aren't our first X3's and were broken in on the ECO keys for 1 and half days of riding. Cars are powerful and not blowing smoke, just using oil. Catch can idea is interesting here.
Is that in the manual? I haven't found it yetThere is a reserve in the oil pan that holds oil for when the buggy is on side hills, running hard over bumps, etc. This oil drains down into the pan when cold so the oil stick will sow low until you warm (circulate) it up .
True, but it should self level when shut off. Isn't the second drain plug to drain the oil filter?Its a dry sump setup, only the reservoir is built in the cases vs. a seperate oil tank that you'd normally see. Hence the 2 drain plugs and the need to warm up the engine before checking the oil.
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Nope, drains to tank therefore no reading on dipstick. Dry sump models are always a pain to check. Warm up engine shut off wait 2 minutes, if you wait 3 you'll get a low reading lol.True, but it should self level when shut off. Isn't the second drain plug to drain the oil filter?