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Old 11-23-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default Oil Capacity in Mitsu/Chrysler 2.5L V6?

It says the capacity is 4.3L, it doesn't say with or without filter on that spec...now my only thing is that our engines take a supposed 3.8L of oil plus maybe another quart for the filter...so if the other spec is 4.3L + 1 quart for filter... that would be roughly 5.543 quarts am I correct?
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no way you could get 1 quart into a PF52. I always fill up with 4-1/2 quarts, so 1/2 quart should be about right.
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So then I should be safe with one 5 qt container in the sebring?
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i cant see more than 5 quarts going into a 2.5L
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I think my Avenger was 4.5 with the smaller filter, closer to 5 with the large Ford filter.
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My ford 2.5L used 5 qts......


And for future reference, our engines take 4.5 qts WITH A FILTER.
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Ok...

I put 5 qts in my bonne with filter and it brings it right to the full mark

Anyways...it ended up taking 5.4qts to bring it to full....thanks for the help guys.
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Ok...

I put 5 qts in my bonne with filter and it brings it right to the full mark

Anyways...it ended up taking 5.4qts to bring it to full....thanks for the help guys.

Oil capacity is 4.2 quarts (4.0 liters)
http://www.allpar.com/mopar/25V6.html
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