12 quarts 15w40
A gas engine uses 10W30. A diesel engine uses 15W40.
Keep it in there, you will need it.
5 quarts if a v8 7 quarts if a v10 12 quarts if a diesel
A 2003 Dodge diesel manual transmission will work in 1990 Dodge diesel manual and bolt to the 1990's transfer case with little fabrication.
V8 holds approx 5 quarts Diesel holds about 12 quarts
You will need a trans, wiring, computer, steering column, and trans cooler from an automatic truck
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The "Dodge" diesel is actually a Cummins heavy truck engine. With proper maintenance, it should last about 250,000 miles. The injectors will need replacing every 100,000 miles.
According to the 2000 Ford F-250 , 7.3 liter diesel supplement : With engine oil filter change : ( 15.0 U.S. quarts )
No, they just need to keep passing emission standards to be sold.
A 2000 Dodge Neon requires 24 ounces of refrigerate to properly cool the cabin. Overcharging the system will result in poor cooling capabilities and may also lead to cooling system failure.
It would probably fit but you are going to need to use a much stronger front end for the weight, and stronger transmission and rear end for the power.
The engine takes about 3 gallons of 15w40
The front axle itself does not need to be removed.
A 2000 V10 uses 10W30.