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Old 10-29-2011, 02:49 PM   #1
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I have a 95 gt and I just did the first oil change on since I've had it (a week or so) only 2 quarts came out. I put 5 quarts in it now the dipstick is reading really high im thinking its got the wrong dipstick in it does anyone have any dimensions I can compare it to.
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Did you drain both plugs or only one. If you only drained one that could be the reason it's high.
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Old 10-29-2011, 05:16 PM   #3
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If both are drained mine holds exactly 5 quarts
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Did you drain both plugs or only one. If you only drained one that could be the reason it's high.
Haha wow I didn't know there was a second plugs don't I feel stupid
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Hah what a f-ing idiot lmao. Oh wait I've did that before to
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Haha wow I didn't know there was a second plugs don't I feel stupid
It happens. Lol
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It happens. Lol
Indeed it does. Got me too the first time I changed oil in a vehicle with two drain plugs.
In those instances you kind of shake your head and slowly look around to see if anyone noticed.
If no one does, YOU WIN!
Dump the oil quickly and refill to the proper level before anyone shows up.
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Thanks everyonet lol
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