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Old 06-13-2018, 02:44 PM
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Default Anybody else notice that Honda revised the Engine Oil Capacity on 2013 and up Accord?

Engine oil capacity online says 5.4 quarts now. Used to be around 4.5 quarts. Anybody else notice this?
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Default Re: Anybody else notice that Honda revised the Engine Oil Capacity on 2013 and up Acc

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Engine oil capacity online says 5.4 quarts now. Used to be around 4.5 quarts. Anybody else notice this?
1. What your point?

2. Your information is wrong.
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1. What your point?

2. Your information is wrong.
My point is, why did Honda change the oil capacity specs online? Every time I change my oil I would have to put at least 5 quarts of oil to bring it up to a normal level on the dipstick.

how is my information wrong? Correct me if I'm wrong. My owners manual shows 4.4 quarts with filter.
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My point is, why did Honda change the oil capacity specs online? Every time I change my oil I would have to put at least 5 quarts of oil to bring it up to a normal level on the dipstick.

how is my information wrong? Correct me if I'm wrong. My owners manual shows 4.4 quarts with filter.
The oil capacity did not change for 2013-2017 4 cylinders. It is still 4.4 quarts.

Im unsure about 2018.


Where did you read otherwise? Link?
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The oil capacity did not change for 2013-2017 4 cylinders. It is still 4.4 quarts.

Im unsure about 2018.


Where did you read otherwise? Link?
but it takes more than 4.4 quarts...takes 5 quarts at least.
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but it takes more than 4.4 quarts...takes 5 quarts at least.
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