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Old 08-22-1999, 08:03 PM
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John, when I change my oil in my 93, I always put the 6 qrts in, and it reads overfilled. you might try to put the 5.25 in and drive it a day and check it when the engine is cold again. Ill bet you need to fill the remainder in at that time!!!!

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Old 08-22-1999, 09:14 PM
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I believe the 4 wheel drive's all use 6 quarts. Go by the owner's manual. The filter holds a good part of a quart... and it's gotta fill up. Make sure it's on absolutly level ground. My F250 w/ 460 will read incorrectly if it's not perfecly level.

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Old 10-19-1999, 12:19 PM
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