most Ford gas engines take 5 quarts when you change both oil and filter
Quick way to check is after draining the oil and replacing the oil filter, fill crankcase with 5 Quarts and then start the motor. Run the motor until the oil pressure reads on the gage. Shut the motor off, let sit for a minute or two and check the oil. If it reads low add the appropriate amount of oil to the crankcase. Then write the number of quarts of oil required on a piece of tape and place the tape on the inside of the glovebox for future reference.
6 quarts of oil
5 to 5.5 Quarts.
it should hold 5 1/2 quarts
A 1999 Ford F150 with a V6 engine has a transmission fluid capacity of 14 quarts. If performing a pan drop only five quarts of fluid are needed.
( 6.0 quarts ) with filter change ( according to the owners manual )
if replacing fluid in converter and cooler its 14 quarts
6 quarts with filter change
( 6 ) quarts with engine oil filter change
about 7 quarts
6 quarts with filter change , according to the Owner Guide
5 Qts. of motor oil ( 6 quarts with filter )
( 6 quarts ) with engine oil filter change , according to the Owner Guide
According to the ( 1996 ) Ford F-150 Owner Guide : With engine oil filter change : ( 6.0 U.S. quarts for the 4.9 / 5.0 / 5.8 )
That should be 6 quarts with the filter change. That should be 6 quarts with the filter change.
I believe it takes ( 6 quarts ) with engine oil filter change
( 6 quarts ) with engine oil filter change for the 4.6 liter according to the Owner Guide
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair Manual : With engine oil filter change : The 1988 Ford Thunderbird engines ( 2.3 / 3.8 / 5.0 ) take : ( 5.0 U.S. quarts )
( 6 quarts with engine oil filter change ) according to the ( 1996 ) Ford F-150 Owner Guide
WITH ENGINE OIL FILTER CHANGE : 4.2 L - V6 engine ( 6 quarts ) 4.6 L - V8 engine ( 6 quarts ) 5.4 L - 3V - V8 engine ( 7 quarts )
The 2006 F150 owners manual shows 7 quarts with filter change for the 5.4 L