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I changed the oil and filter on my 2015 Commander Max 1000. I added precisely 2L and directed by the manual. I ran the motor and checked the dipstick. It indicated the correct level. I went for a drive and the low oil warning came on. I pulled the panel and there are no leaks. Now the dipstick not showing any oil. I added almost another liter and the low oil warning went away but it still barely registered on the dipstick.

Where is the oil going? Has anyone else had this happen?
 

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It's not a low oil warning it's a low oil pressure warning.

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Also consider getting the ECM reflashed. I had a similar issue at high altitudes and these guys pointed me in the right direction.

My dealer didn't even charge me for it, and didn't even take it off the trailer. The tech just walked out and 15 minutes later I was good to go.



-Kris
 
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