How Do You Read The Oil Dipstick In A Mercury Villager?
Checking your oil on a regular basis keeps your vehicle running smoothly and efficiently. There are some basic similarities in cars when it comes to checking oil, but slight variations in dipstick appearance can throw one off. The Mercury Villager uses marks on the dipstick to help owners check their oil levels with ease. Park your Mercury Villager on a level surface then make sure your gearshift is firmly set on “P” for park so the car doesn’t move while you are working. Open the hood. Look toward the front of the car for a dipstick. A dipstick is a long metal measuring tool with a grip at the top end so you can pull it out of its sheath. Grasp the ring at the top and gently pull the Mercury Villager dipstick out of the sheath. Wipe it off with a rag or tissue to clean it. Notice the two markings on the dipstick labeled “L” (Low) and “H” (High). These mark the safety zone for the safe running of your engine. Slip the dipstick back into the sheath and pull it right out to get a clear r