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Lubricate a new 3.7L chrysler engine before first start up.

How to properly lubricate a new 3.7L chrysler engine before first start up. by hand without an oiler

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If the oil pan and valve cover are on it just put oil on on the mains lifters rocker arms crankshaft etc and use plenty did you soak your lifters in oil for a day so the get filled with oil , and if it is all closed up really do not have to worry about as you said turn it by hand a few times around that should be fine ,just do not run at high rpm until it had break in time , good luck

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