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How many quarts of oil are needed after new filter for a 1993 Geo Metro?

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2005-11-20 21:00:59
2005-11-20 21:00:59

3.7 quarts. Put 3 in start motor shut off when oil light goes out or oil pressure gauge stops rising. Wait about approx. 1 min. then top off as needed( about 1/2 qt to 3/4 avg.)Wait about a min. check level. Do not overfill.

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