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A dry fill with filter - 5.5 L
A refill with filter change - 4.8 L
A refill without filter change - 4.5 L

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Can't give you an exact number but I can tell you how to find out. I will asume that you are changing you oil and filter? After putting the oil plug and filter on put three quarts of oil in and start engine; after oil light goes off, turn engine off and let set for about 5 minutes, then check oil; if it is not on the low mark of dip stick add another quart, start engine, stop engine, let set for a couple of minutes and check again. By now you should either be at or above the low line and just add enough oil to top it off at the full line. I would guess that about 4 1/2 to 5 quarts is what you will need. Hope this helps,
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Posted on Jan 10, 2013

Testimonial: "Thanks it helps a lot. Although I do have another question don't want to start a new topic,do you really need to change the filter if it's still good when doing an oil change? I have seen oil filters that say you can keep it for 16,000km and obviously you can't go without changing oil for that long."

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    Patrick Ford Jan 11, 2013

    The oil filter is there to trap "IMPURITYS" inside the oil system; IMHO always change the oil filter, this is almost as important as changing the oil. P. Ford

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