Renault Clio: Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

D4F or K4J or K4M or K9K

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

I - RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REPAIR

K4J or K4M or K9K

For an aluminium engine oil sump

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

D4F

For a sheet metal engine oil sump

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

II - PARTS AND CONSUMABLES FOR REPAIR

III - DRAINING

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

IV - FILLING

WARNING

Always check the oil level using the dipstick.

Do not exceed the maximum level on the dipstick (could destroy the engine).

Correct the engine oil level if necessary before delivering the vehicle to the customer.

Note: Prevent oil outflow on the engine to avoid damaging the surrounding components.

Note: When filling up the engine oil, always leave at least 10 minutes for the oil to drain down before checking the level on the dipstick.

M4R

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

I - DRAINING

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

II - FILLING

WARNING

Always check the oil level using the dipstick.

Do not exceed the maximum level on the dipstick (as this could damage the engine).

Correct the engine oil level if necessary before delivering the vehicle to the customer.

Note: Prevent oil outflow on the engine to avoid damaging the surrounding components.

Note: When filling up the engine oil, always leave at least 10 minutes for the oil to drain down before checking with a dipstick

F4R

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

I - DRAINING

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

Renault Clio. Engine oil: Draining - Refilling

II - FILLING

WARNING

Always check the oil level using the dipstick.

Do not exceed the maximum level on the dipstick (as this could damage the engine).

Correct the engine oil level if necessary before delivering the vehicle to the customer.

Note: Prevent oil outflow on the engine to avoid damaging the surrounding components.

Note: When filling up the engine oil, always leave at least 10 minutes for the oil to drain down before checking the level on the dipstick.

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