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Topping Up The Levels On The 4C

Topping up the screen wash, brake fluid and oil levels

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Screen Wash. On the right hand side infront of the scuttle there's a mesh panel with four Philips lock screws.

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Here resides the screen wash bottle. Remove the cap connected to the level indicator tube and pull aside (extract completely if needed).

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With the aid of a funnel and hose top up the bottle until it dribbles out the neck.

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Brake Fluid. On the left hand side infront of the scuttle there's a plastic panel with two Phillips lock screws.

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Hiding is the brake fluid tank. Remove the cap and with the aid of the funnel and hose again top up to the correct level.

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Engine Oil. Pull the boot release lever on the drivers side.

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Secure the boot lid in the open position with the sophisticated boot prop.

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Allocate the yellow dip stick in the upper right hand corner of the engine bay.

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Wipe the dip stick and replace, remove and check the level. Repeat again for a true reading.

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Unscrew the oil filler cap,

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and top up with the recommended oil.

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