Without the right amount of oil, the engine in your new or pre-owned Rolls Royce will have to face negative consequences. Of course, this is accurate for all other makes and models of cars. Motor oil safeguards the motor's moving parts, absorbs the excess heat, and preserves the engine's cleanliness. Besides getting your oil changed on time, it's essential to know how to inspect the oil in your Rolls Royce.
How to Check the Oil Level
While your Rolls Royce might have an oil level sensor, it can never hurt to check the old-fashioned way. Plus, sensors can malfunction over time. To check it the traditional way, you will need first to locate the dipstick under the hood.
- Step #1 - Remove the dipstick and wipe away the oil on the dipstick with a clean cloth or paper towel.
- Step #2 - Reinsert the dipstick into the tank and extract it again.
- Step #3 - Read the engine oil level on both sides of the dipstick. If the oil sits in between the two indicated markings, there's a sufficient amount of oil left in your car. If it is below the minimum line, please immediately take your Rolls Royce in for an oil change.
- Step #4 - Even if you have enough oil, please make a mental note of the color and consistency of the oil. Your engine oil is susceptible to getting dirty over time, making it less effective at lubricating the engine.
- Step #5 - Once you have the information needed, put the dipstick back in its place and close the hood.
Oil service for luxury vehicles, such as Rolls Royce, can be complicated, which is why you need to entrust your car with an experienced professional.
The certified technicians at JFM Motors are more than capable of handling your Rolls Royce's needs. We are the leading service provider for High-End European luxury automobiles in the West Palm Beach area. If your car needs an oil service, please do not hesitate to bring your vehicle to JFM Motors.