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What is the engine oil capacity of a 1997 Ford Escort 2.0L SOHC automatic transmission?

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Answer4.5 quarts :) AnswerI have a 1997 ford escort 2.0 liter it is 4 quarts 4.5 is to much. Some specs. are wrong i've tried it.
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