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OIL CONSUMPTION DAILY LOG
(FOR OWNER / OPERATOR USE)

Owner's name

Location

Engine model

serial no.

Arrangement

Vehicle manufacturer

Model

Serial no.

Vehicle application
Average miles / kilometers per day

Average hours per day

Brand name oil (complete)

Viscosity

Classification

Fuel sulfer content (if available)


This test report is required before any repair for excessive oil consumption is performed. It is intended that various external items be inspected prior to completion of this report. However, if all of the guidelines contained within have been met, available records can be used to complete this report. All information required in this report must be retained in dealership records.


1.
    At the start of the oil consumption test, the crankcase must be drained     and refilled with the correct grade and quantity of oil, and the proper     viscosity for the ambient temperature. New Caterpillar oil filter elements         must also be installed. The fuel tank must be filled.
    (Note: These are normal maintenance items to be done at the owner's     expense.)

Date______________ Engine miles / Kilometers (hour)____________

2.
     The vehicle owner must substantiate each fuel and oil addition to the      next oil change period with a daily log sheet showing date,      miles/kms/hrs, amount of fuel added, and amount of oil added.
     (see back page)

     (See page 2)

3.
    At the end of the test, the fuel tank must be refilled at the owner's     expense. The oil level on the dipstick must be noted to estimate the     amount of oil used (distance down from dipstick "full" mark)

Date______________ Miles / Kilometers / Hours_________________

4. 
    Total Oil Used, Quarts / Liters__________________
    Total Fuel Used,  Gallons / Liters__________________

5. 
    Determine the fuel to oil ratio.

    Gallons / Liters per Quarts / Liters Oil___________________

Complete each entry for oil consumption verification. Record odometer reading each day (mileage) even if no fuel or oil additions are made. Both odometer and hourmeter readings should be recorded if unit is so equipped. Oil additions should be made only when oil reaches the "ADD" level on the engine dipstick.


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DATE
ODOMETER READING
HOURMETER READING
FUEL ADDITIONS
OIL ADDITION
 
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