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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Big'nBadK5, Aug 13, 2003.
thats it. i dont have a clue. pep boys told me 2 quarts.. it has 4 in it right now...
Fill it until it starts to come out of the fill plug.
Seriously though, without a car right now it's kinda a pain to go to the parts house so i want to know how many more quarts to buy.
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so i want to know how many more quarts to buy.
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Buy a 5 gallon bucket Then you know you wont be short /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif
go to tractor supply and buy a 5 gallon bucket with the pumper top. Easy to fill and won't be short. Ahh I remember oil changes in the old man's box truck, here kid I drained it now you stand here for 10 minutes pumping this 5 gallon container into the motor.
The ones I've changed usually hold just under a gallon--I fill them thru the shifter hole after removing the shifter,its much faster and cleaner than trying to get the lube in the filler hole.You most likely already know how to remove the shifter by pushing down on the lock ring thing and turning it a 1/4 turn with large pliers and it pops out. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
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