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How much motor oil do you put in a 2007 cr-v awd

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The oil capacities for the 07 honda crv are as follows.

w/o oil filter 4.2qt. (4.0L)
w oil filter 4.4qt. (4.2L)
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Posted on May 13, 2010

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4.4 quarts, but you really just need to fill it until its full, thats what the dipstick is for. 5w20

Posted on May 13, 2010

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