How To Get Oil in Car Mechanic Simulator

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Learn how to get oil in Car Mechanic Simulator.

How To Get Oil in Car Mechanic Simulator

Engine oil is an engine’s lifeblood, and without it, an engine will not last very long as engine components inevitably sheer against each other without a lubricating agent. Unfortunately, oil doesn’t last forever and will eventually have to be replaced with new oil.

Car Mechanic Simulator lets you experience draining and refilling a car with new oil. But where do you get the oil to put in your car in-game? This quick guide will walk you through how to get oil in Car Mechanic Simulator.

How do you get oil in Car Mechanic Simulator?

In short, you cannot get oil in Car Mechanic Simulator, as it is provided for you automatically whenever you need to refill a car’s engine with new oil.

Engine oil and other fluids are regular maintenance items that you will encounter regularly in Car Mechanic Simulator. However, even though the game tries its best to give its player a step-by-step experience of fixing and maintaining cars in the game, it doesn’t go as far as to require you to provide oil for your cars to perform oil changes.

You cannot "get" oil in Car Mechanic Simulator. It is provided to you automatically.

Before you can “get oil” to add to your car, however, you first need to drain the car of the old oil using the Oil Drain Tool. After you drain the old oil, you must locate the Oil Fill Plug to refill the engine with new oil.

How to change oil in Car Mechanic Simulator

Oil change jobs are routine maintenance work you often encounter as you play through Story Missions or take on Job Orders. Therefore, knowing how to change a car’s oil is important so you can check off oil changes from the job list and move on to more important repairs.

  1. Move the car on the lift.
A screenshot showing how to place your car on the lift in Car Mechanic Simulator

2. Raise the lift fully.

A screenshot showing the lift fully lifted up in Car Mechanic Simulator

3. Locate the Oil Drain Tool.

A screenshot showing where you can find the Oil Drain tool in Car Mechanic Simulator

4. Move the Oil Drain Tool to the lift.

Use the Oil Drain Tool to get the old oil out of the car in Car Mechanic Simulator.

5. Use the Oil Drain Tool to drain all the old oil from the car.

A screenshot showing how to use the Oil Drain tool in Car Mechanic Simulator
Once you are finished with the oil drain tool

6. Put the Oil Drain Tool back in its original location.

Screenshot showing how to put the oil drain tool back in Car Mechanic Simulator

7. Drop the lift back to ground level.

Lower the lift back down in Car Mechanic Simulator to continue the process

8. Open the hood, then focus on the engine.

Now you want to open the hood and focus on the engine

9. Locate the Oil Fill Plug. (On the R35 GTR, remove the engine cover first.)

Remove the Oil Fill Plug to get the old oil out of the car in Car Mechanic Simulator.

10. Remove the Oil Fill Plug, then press the Fill button to fill the car with new oil.

Fill the car with new oil in Car Mechanic Simulator.

Final Thoughts

Car Mechanic Simulator goes to great lengths to make sure players experience an accurate depiction of real-life car repair, troubleshooting, and maintenance. With that said, you won’t have to worry about sourcing the oil to fill your next car’s engine, as the game automatically provides the oil you need for oil change jobs.

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Cars Available Everywhere in Car Mechanic Simulator

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