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  1. hem raj sharma
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  3. Tuesday, February 20 2018
dear sir
jai hind
i want to know that what should be kms run in between each engine oil change of Maruti Ertiga petrol segment. as when me check the oil available in the engine every day it shows very less as me were advised to change it every 10000 kms is it perfect advise ?

as me drove the car on hill tarins in Himalaya in himachal pradesh
if the advise is true why it shows less engine oil no leakage of car is there as my car is 35000kms level at present.
thanks and regards
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Hello,

The Engine Oil change Interval is every 10000 Kms or 1 year which ever is earlier

However, as mentioned by you - finding Oil Levels low, well are you observing any kind of Bluish smoke or White smoke from exhaust
Blue smoke indicates excess Oil been burned, while white smoke indicates that engine oil leaking and mixing with coolant
Ideally - its best to get vehicle inspected from Maruti Suzuki workshop for reasons of Engine Oil been lower, as there is bound to be a reason of low oil levels and should not be ignored.

Should help !!


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