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2016-2018 Range Rover Sport
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It’s in the menu screens. No physical dip stick.

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Engines without a dipstick feature an electronic monitoring system. The engine oil level is not monitored when the engine is running, or when the vehicle is in motion.
Before checking the engine oil level, make sure that:

  • The vehicle is stationary and the Electric Parking Brake (EPB) is applied.
  • The vehicle is on level ground.
  • The engine oil has reached its normal working temperature (oil is hot).
  • The engine has been switched off for 10 minutes. The system does not give an accurate reading until the oil level has stabilized.
The oil level can then be checked as follows:

  1. Switch on the vehicle's ignition. Do not start the engine. See SWITCHING ON THE IGNITION.
  2. Select Oil Level from the Vehicle Info instrument panel menu. See INSTRUMENT PANEL MENU.
The instrument panel displays the engine oil level indicator.
The indicator displays an indication of the oil level. Messages to the right of the indicator advise of any action to be taken.
OKNo action required.
OverfilledSeek qualified assistance immediately. Do not drive the vehicle as this will cause serious damage to the engine.
LowAdd 1.6 U.S. quarts (1.5 liters) of oil. Recheck the level.
Critically LowSeek qualified assistance immediately.
Add XX QuartsAdd the advised quantity of oil to the engine. Recheck the level.
Not AvailableThe oil level is stabilizing. Switch off the ignition. Wait 10 minutes, then recheck the oil level display.
ENGINE OIL LEVEL MONITOR SYSTEM FAULTSeek qualified assistance immediately.
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