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    Changing the oil on an Alfa Romeo Stelvio is a straight forward procedure once you remover the 21 fasteners holding engine undertray. The Stelvio's 2.0L Turbocharged engine needs 5.5 quarts of 0W30 full synthetic oil meeting SN PLUS standards or Fiat 9.55535-GS1 specifications. This oil may not be the easiest oil to find at your local parts store, but you can get this at the dealer or ...

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    Soooo, is there no dip stick? Do you have to rely on a sensor, wire harness, computer, lcd display.... to reliably do what a stick always did? “First world” stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeyjm1 View Post
    Soooo, is there no dip stick? Do you have to rely on a sensor, wire harness, computer, lcd display.... to reliably do what a stick always did? “First world” stuff.

    Yes, like many or likely most cars of this type.
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    It’s a shame, you have to remove the bottom plastic shroud. To get to the oil filter. Other wise, it would be nice to use a oil extractor, and pump the old oil out of the dipstick. Which the engine doesn’t have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smark View Post
    It’s a shame, you have to remove the bottom plastic shroud. To get to the oil filter. Other wise, it would be nice to use a oil extractor, and pump the old oil out of the dipstick. Which the engine doesn’t have.
    I usually use an oil extractor and was a little disappointed I couldn't, but to be honest, it is really easy to do the oil change and the it is nice being able to check out all the engineering on the car while I was down there. I typically put my cars up on 4 jackstands and it was unusual to use drive on ramps. I haven't used them in probably 20+ years. The oil filter and drain plug are such that it doesn't make a mess doing an oil change, so that's a plus.

    I actually did this oil change nearly one year ago so need another one soon. Interestingly, the Mopar oil is only $9-$13 a quart, so not that expensive. The Pennzoil is sometimes on sale, too, if you can find it locally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiat500USA View Post
    I usually use an oil extractor and was a little disappointed I couldn't, but to be honest, it is really easy to do the oil change and the it is nice being able to check out all the engineering on the car while I was down there. I typically put my cars up on 4 jackstands and it was unusual to use drive on ramps. I haven't used them in probably 20+ years. The oil filter and drain plug are such that it doesn't make a mess doing an oil change, so that's a plus.

    I actually did this oil change nearly one year ago so need another one soon. Interestingly, the Mopar oil is only $9-$13 a quart, so not that expensive. The Pennzoil is sometimes on sale, too, if you can find it locally.
    I use ramps years ago. All my cars sit so low. Couldn’t get them over the ramps. I usually go up to Walmart, and buy mobile 1. Seems Oil prices are cheaper there.

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    Just asking - are you ultimately using MultiECUscan to reset the reminder/service interval or?

    I'm reading that the gas pedal/ignition switch method (which works with a 500) isn't a long term solution in the Stelvio.
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