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Old 09-24-2009, 10:03 AM
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Mein Auto: 2006 750 Li
Question 2006 750 Li - Low Oil warning between scheduled changes

I recently had to add 2 quarts of oil because the low oil warning came on. It actually read "Oil level at minimum level" and it alerted me each time the car was shut off. I took it into the dealer and they topped it off.

Here are the questions:

Why does the car need oil?

Is this normal?

Does the need for more oil indicate a leak somewhere? I am not noticing anything on my garage floor.

If there is no leak, why would it be burning oil?

Thanks.
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