How To Put Oil in Your Engine in Car Mechanic Simulator

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Put oil in your engine in Car Mechanic Simulator in a few easy steps.

How To Put Oil in Your Engine in Car Mechanic Simulator

Replacing fluids is one of the most basic jobs in Car Mechanic Simulator. Some customer jobs will require you to change various fluids, such as brake or engine coolant, while others will simply require you to put new oil in the engine.

Unlike other fluid changes in Car Mechanic Simulator, putting new oil requires using a special tool in your garage. This quick guide will show you how to drain and put new oil in your engine in Car Mechanic Simulator.

How to Put Oil in Your Engine in Car Mechanic Simulator

All fluid changes in Car Mechanic Simulator require you to drain the car of a specific fluid first before you can add new fluids in. For oil changes, you first need to drain the car’s oil using the Oil Drain tool before you can add new oil to the engine.

  1. Place the car on the lift in your garage.
Place the car on the lift to drain the old oil from the engine.

2. Raise the car until it is above head level.

A screenshot showing a car on the lift in Car Mechanic Simulator

3. Walk towards the Oil Drain tool in your garage and move it to the lift.

Use the Oil Drain tool to drain the old engine oil from the car.
A screenshot of the Move Equipment command in Car Mechanic Simulator
A screenshot of the Car Lift A command in Car Mechanic Simulator

4. Return to the lift, then left-click on the Oil Drain tool.

A screenshot showing the Oil Drain tool in Car Mechanic Simulator

5. Choose the Use Equipment option to remove all the old oil from the car.

A screenshot of the Use Equipment command in Car Mechanic Simulator
You need to remove the old oil from the car engine first before you can put new oil in the engine.

6. Move the Oil Drain tool from the lift.

A screenshot of the Move Equipment command in Car Mechanic Simulator
A screenshot of the Put the Equipment Back in its Place command in Car Mechanic Simulator

7. Lower the car back to the ground.

A screenshot showing a car on the Car Lift in Car Mechanic Simulator

8. Access the engine bay.

A screenshot showing the engine in Car Mechanic Simulator

9. Click on the engine.

Click on the engine to access the oil fill plug and put new oil in the car engine.
A screenshot of the engine head part in Car Mechanic Simulator

10. Left-click and hold to take the Oil Fill Plug cap off.

A screenshot showing the Oil Fill Plus in Car Mechanic Simulator
A screenshot showing the Oil Fill Plus in Car Mechanic Simulator

11. Left-click and hold to fill the engine with new oil.

Left-click and hold to put oil in the car engine.

12. Close to complete the job.

After you put the oil in the car engine, close the cap.

Conclusion

Replacing a customer’s car’s oil requires more than changing coolant or brake fluid. For oil changes, you need to raise the car on the lift and transfer the Oil Drain tool to the same area. After you transfer the Oil Drain tool, you are left to drain the old oil from the car, put away the Oil Drain tool, lower the car from the lift, and then put oil in the engine via the Oil Filler cap.

Knowing how to put oil in your engine in Car Mechanic Simulator is important, as this process is almost a requirement to make money on most customer and personal car restoration jobs. Follow the guide outlined above to learn how to drain and put oil back in an engine in Car Mechanic Simulator.

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