look in your manual but don't put it all in at once.... the hemi says 7, but that's bone dry at assembly, you never get it all out in an oil change, start with 6 or 6.5, check it then run it for a few seconds and turn it off, let it settle a minute then check it again, then add to get it to the top line.
Not sure what is spec'd for V6 so check manual to get you close.
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Easiest place I find to drop off oil and the used oil filter is either at a Canadian Tire (don't know if you have one or not, but something along the lines of that) or if you look up in the telephone book for a waste recycling service they usually take them too.
The 4 bolts on the skid plate are 10 mm. It takes 6 quarts of any 10w-30 oil. Personally I would reccomend Mobil 1 fully synthetic oil with a Mobil EP filter. The filter number is M1-204.
Oh yea, and you can dispose of the oil at any place that does oil changes.
Yeah thats exactly what I got. I had an oild place change it out to that 6,000 miles ago, and they charger me like $80. It cost me $60 for 6 quarts, mobile one filter and a 15 quart oil catch pan thingy. I am going to attempt to do it tonight, as yes, as much as I love cars, I have never changed my own oil. Its sad.
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take your used oil to autozone, or any parts place. they will recycle it for you.
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