Question about 2006 Dodge Stratus
Drain it from the oil pan drain plug. 2 qts over full isnt going to keep the engine from starting. there is more to this story.
Posted on Jan 01, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry dont make the mistake. always refer to your user/ service manual.
3.5 quarts is the corrct measurement for your kia Rio.
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Posted on May 23, 2009
get a compression test on the engine as id sy its likely to need at least piston rings & a hone of the cylinder bores
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Your Civic will most likely take 4-4 1/2 quarts of oil with a new filter. You may want to double check this with your owner's manual to be sure.
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Posted on Sep 29, 2009
in many country's oil standart is deferent for example in indonesia, there is only twop season... so they using oil with sae 30-40, but in europe they using oil wiht weigth viscosty more heavy...
oil good using for 10.000 km, or approximetely 25k miles..
there is some solution... check the engine if there no oil leak, so your car is fine...
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Well go find a clean driveway to park on for a while and let it idle. See if there is any oil on the ground and what part of the engine it's underneath if you see any. There are other places you get loose oil if you dno't see it leaking. The valve guide can be worn and let oil directly into the cylinders, If it's turbo-charged the turbo can leak oil into the intake manifiold and burn it in the engine but this problem usually creates a lot of smoke from the exhaust. The rings on the pistons can be worn out and are not scraping the cylinder walls like they should and letting the oil get on top of the piston where it burns while running. Check your tail pipe and see if the inside of it is oily. Doing those things should tell you if it's a leak or if the oil is being burned. Then you can ask further questions about the problem based on what you learned from this suggestion. LUCK
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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