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I have a '92 Honda Accord - there are 2 small holes on the oil dipstick but no other markings - have a bad oil leak and replacing oil frequently - don't know when I have it filled - how can I tell?

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The lower hole [one closest to the tip] is the add one quart mark, the other is the full mark

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