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Old 05-06-2002, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default Oil change on a 99? Accord

Hey everyone I'm about to change the oild on my friend's Accord and I was wondering if I put in 4 quarts of new oil or 4.5?
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what does the manual say?
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Just fill it to the top. That is what I do.


Let's see if anyone realizes it is a joke this time
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4.5
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Aww, come on man. Click the image to open in full size.
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Old 05-06-2002, 11:37 AM   #7
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So about how many quarts does it take to get to the top?
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LOL... That is like the unansered questions about how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie roll pop! LOL.. I quit counting after 8.
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The manual says 5w20 but i got 5w30 is that ok?
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Default Re: Oil change on a 99? Accord (redGSRguy)

with my f22b1 motor i use 4-4.5 quarts of oil, just put in 4 quarts, run the car and then check the dipstick...fill if necessary.
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Just fill it to the top. That is what I do.


Let's see if anyone realizes it is a joke this time
Hey, I know someone who did that with his civic.It had a huge white cloud behind it for a few weeks but the car still ran fine.Once all the excess burned off it was fine. He was wondering why his "car was so low on oil".
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