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If you are wondering when you should check your oil, Country Chrysler Service recommends that you check your oil every time you fuel up. Lift your car hood and perform a quick visible inspection to ensure that there are no signs or leakage. Check your oil level and inspect the top of the engine for signs of leaks.
Since most new vehicles do not leak oil, if you decide to not check your oil at every fuel up, we recommend that you should at least have it checked at every service and have your oil changed according to your manufacturer's recommended oil change schedule.
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