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oil fill and quarts

Where do i fill the engine oil from the dip stick.???how much oil...

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Yes, and if you replace the oil filter it will take just a little over 2 quarts.
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Yes, and if you replace the oil filter it will take just a little over 2 quarts.
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Just remember when you test the oil level you do not screw the dip stick in.
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Just remember when you test the oil level you do not screw the dip stick in.
Actually on the 700's you do push the stick in all the way, then check.

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Actually on the 700's you do push the stick in all the way, then check.
X2 - You are correct !
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Actually on the 700's you do push the stick in all the way, then check.
I did not see he had a 700, my bad
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Just changed mine. 2.25 quarts with the longer Bosch filter change.

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