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How much oil in a complete rebuild

5QTs oil in my rebuilt 85 XJ6 and doesn't register on stick

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You should need between 7.5 and 8.5 quarts of oil. If you are doing your own maintenance on your Jaguar, it is always a smart idea to go to your local auto parts retailer and pick up a Haynes repair manual. For the average home mechanic, this will have any and all information that you could possibly need, including a complete chart of measures for your car. They only cost around $20 and are an incredible tool for most minor repairs.

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