One quart of oil = 1.88 pounds The viscosity of the oil has no bearing on actual weight.
One quart of Mobil Special 10W-40 motor oil weighs 1.8 pounds. Not all motor oils have the same density, and one gallon of motor oil will weigh between 6 and 8 pounds.
It depends on the liquid - one quart of mercury is going to weigh much more the one quart of water. Refine your question.
A quart of oats weighs approximately one pound.
If one quart equals 57.75 cubic inches, and one cubic inch of mercury weighs .49 lbs , then one quart of mercury should weigh about 28.3 lbs.
A quart of blackberries weighs 1 to 1 1/2 pounds.
one quart. Use the oil dipstick!!
The weight of 1 quart would depend on the substance you're measuring. A quart of water weighs 2.085 pounds.
Just under one quart.
One quart of wheat flour is one pound. One quart of corn meal weighs eighteen ounces.
Just about one quart of 30w oil.
I have a 2003 but I thought the engine was pretty much the same. Honda said it took .86 of one quart. Mine took all of the one quart.
one quart It does not hold a full quart. it holds about 25 oz's.
One US quart is 18,927 drops.
It is usually one quart from add to full.
One litre of palm oil wight 910 Grams
Three quarts of motor oil, one quart of primary oil and 24 ounces of transmission oil.
One quart of water weighs approximately 2 pounds. This means a gallon of water would weigh approximately 8 pounds.
Water is generally considered polluted by oil once the oil concentration exceeds 10mg/L. All considerations of oil density minimized, this is about 1 quart per 25,000 gallons of water