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Just had oil and grease. have been charged for 5.1 litres of oil, on the case it has 3300mils, they didnt change the oil filter. is the engine over filled with oil

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Verify Engine Oil Capacity according to model.
Check Oil Gauge.
Must change Oil filter at every Oil change.


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