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Fill the oil level on a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee,

I fill the oil level on a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee, however, this is now 1/4 above the normal (full), something that damaging? You should remove the excess?

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Yes you should remove the access. This will cause the engine to drown in a sense and have to fight. It is always safe to put in not enough to too much. You onlt have a certain amount of oil that can be placed in the pan before it runs up into your cylinder heads and can break the seal on the gasket. Then you would have to pay to get the cylinder head gasket replaced.

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