A 2001 VW Jetta 2.0 requires 4.2 quarts of engine oil.
My 2011 volkswagen Jetta S takes just about 4 quarts of oil when i change it. When the dealership changes the oil they put in 5 quarts and it always measures too high on the dipstick. I've read that a lot of jetta's from 2000 and on take 4.2 quarts.
It is important to know how much fluid to put into a cars engine. For a 1997 Jetta Vr6 needs about 5.3 quarts of engine oil.
exactly 4.5 quarts and i strongly recommend synthetic 5w30 for a 2000 neon
Engine holds 4.5 - 5 quarts.
4 cylinder is 5 quarts 6 cylinder is 6 quarts
A 1997 VW Jetta 2.0L I4 requires 4.2 imperial quarts of oil.
A 2000 Hyundai Accent Takes 3.3 quarts of oil
A 2000 Saturn LS2 with the V6 3.0L engine requires 5.0quarts of engine oil.
Answer:A 1994 Jetta with 2.0 4 cyl engine takes 3.7 quarts of oil without changing the oil filter. With the filter change it is 4.2 Quarts. The 2.8 V6 engine takes 5.3 quarts of oil without the filter change. With the filter change it takes 5.8 Quarts. I recomment changing the engine oil filter with every oil change.
Filter service is about 5 quarts Dry fill is about 9 quarts.
Dodge does not have a 5.8L. The 5.2 and 5.9L's hold 5 quarts. The 4.7L holds 6 quarts. The 5.7L holds 7 quarts.
it was 6.1 quarts for the 200 HP '97 -- don't know if that changed but I doubt it.
Depends on the fluid. 3.6 liters for oil.
A 2000 Dodge Durange with 4.7L V8 engine requires 6.0 quarts of oil when you're doing a filter change.
A jeep g.c. With a 4.0 l takes 6 quarts of oil with the filter
You need 2 quarts to make 2 quarts .
According to the 2000 Ford Contour Owner Guide : For the manual transaxle ( transmission ) ( 2.0 U.S. quarts of Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid )
My 2000 Sierra with 5.3 liters V8 needs 6 1/2 quarts of oil
I have a 2001 2.7 L Intrepid and it takes 4.5 quarts