Question about 1990 Ford F350
With new oil filter 6 qts.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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Ok there is a set amount that the truck capacity it can hold. But there is only 1 right way to do this even if you know its specs. The way is using the oil dipstick thats what its main purpose is for. Always have the vehicle position on a flat surface and check after the motor has been running and usually wait 60 seconds then check its level from the stick. This is the right way to check your level regardless of factory specs. Your factory manual will suggest you use the stick also.
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