1. Less oil is "burning oil"
Moderate consumption of oil is normal and inevitable. As long as the engine is running, the organic oil is consumed. Normal oil consumption is necessary to maintain the engine operation and will not cause damage to the engine. Note that the engine oil level is frequently checked. If the oil level is found to be below the specified minimum level, the oil should be added in time.
2. Check the oil condition should be done during maintenance.
The habit of checking the condition of the vehicle in time should be developed. For the use of harsh conditions, long idle time, frequent stop / start, low speed operation, it is more likely to cause an increase in engine oil consumption, so more attention should be paid to timely inspection and addition of oil.
3. The oil consumption indicates that there is a problem with the engine.
There are many factors in the consumption of oil. The viscosity of the oil, the quality of the fuel, the early running-in of the vehicle, the correct driving habits, and the length of the engine idling, etc., all cause different degrees of oil consumption. "Inferior oil" doesn't talk about it (that stuff can't be used at all).
4. The oil gauge does not detect the oil, indicating that there is no oil in the engine.
When the oil gauge does not detect the oil, it only indicates that the remaining oil cannot meet the needs of the vehicle. It is necessary to add oil in time, but there is still a lot of oil in the engine. For example, there are at least 0.6 liters of engine oil in the YBR125 engine. So you don't have to panic, but you have to add it.