Specifics may depend on the make and model. Typically, with the engine off and the vehicle on level ground you just pull the dipstick, wipe it off, slide it back in and look at the oil that is now on the dipstick. There is usually some kind of marking on the dipstick that indicates the full mark, and the low mark. Usually when it's low it means that you should add a quart. If it's anywhere in the middle, between low and full, you're probably ok. If the oil is very dark it's time for a change... unless it's a diesel, in which case you just have to keep track of the miles and change it when it's due. Diesel engine oil goes black almost immediately, so you can't get too concerned about that.
Low engine oil level - check and add engine oil Check the oil dip stick with the engine turned off and see if it is full. If so, then the sensor needs to be replaced. It is located at the bottom of the engine in the oil pan and has a wire going to it. All the oil will drain out when you remove it, so it is best to do it when you change the oil.
To change the oil depends on the engine model. Check your engine model first in the registration and go to the technical information in your BMW z3 booklet. To compensate the leaks or oil consumption (oil burned in the engine) you have to check the level on the dipstick. The oil level in the engine (cold) should be between the two signs on the dipstick. Never over fill and use the same quality of oil.
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