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How many quarts of oil is required for an oil change

I have a 2004 nissan sunny 1600 cc (CVTC) and I want to know how many quarts of oil is required during an oil change. My mechanic says that 4quarts is required , but a friend of mine who does is own oil change says that it is 3 quarts of oil. Whom should I believe?

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    toneman2121 Jun 06, 2010

    fill it with 3 qts and if it needs more, add it

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Put three in then check dip stick..let oil settle before checking.if low add another.

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