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quite easy in fact ,add half a litre of diesel to the engine oil and three good squirts of fairy liquid ,it has to be fairy and not a cheap one ,then run car for a couple of days as normal and noise should stop,once noise stops change oil and filter ,then change oil every 6000miles without fail with a oil filter every thrid oil change and shouldnt have any more problems
with filter just under 5 litres ,sorry forgotten what that funny measure stuff is as its been out of use since 1972 when the uk joined the common market ,wasnt a quart 2 pints or something ,but the us gallon was smaller than the uk one for some reason so i would allow 5 quarts ,just buy a 5 litre can of oil its easier to work out if we all use the same measurements
use slightly thicker oil,it unfortunately may be burning oil,sometimes high oil cpnsumtion is due to engine wear,especially if its not leaking if it uses under 1 litre,between services thats ok but if its using 1.5 to 2 litres thats an issue