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Oil capacity Something this simple is no longer easy to find because they want you to come to the dealer for an oil change. I've looked through the whole manual and everywhere online and I can't find the oil capacity for a 2005 Saturn Vue 4 cylinder. What a world.

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4 quarts if you want to make sure put 3 1/2 quarts first then check the oil level with the dipstick. If still a little low then add the rest. It's 4 quarts though for a 2.2 l size engine.

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My info tells me 5 quarts.

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