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Dumba** attack when changing oil, have a ?

Changed the oil in my truck and things didn't go as smoothly as past oil changes had, I basically looked as though I had bathed in diesel oil . While still dwelling on all the crap that had happened earlier I went ahead and poured a total of 16 quarts into the engine, when the manual states 15 as max. Should I attempt to drain a quart from the pan or will the engine be ok running a quart high?
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It will be fine.

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Thanks for the quick reply!
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If your wanting to take some out, pull the top filter cap off and suck some out with a syringe.

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And look into a fumoto ez drain plug for a mess free oil change...

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as long as the dipstick isnt to much over, your good to go


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you know i have a fumoto and its still messy. the oil filter is what really makes the mess.

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I drive an awl into the bottom of the oil filter and let all the oil drain out of it before I remove it. It saves you from the oil running down your arm.
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you know i have a fumoto and its still messy. the oil filter is what really makes the mess.
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I drive an awl into the bottom of the oil filter and let all the oil drain out of it before I remove it. It saves you from the oil running down your arm.

Thats what my wife does when she changes her oil... Yes, my 125# wife changes the oil on her Excursion... And does it with her nails and all.

Poke a hole the the filter with a awl, screwdriver or what not...

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i suction most of the oil out, then punch a hole in the filter, and then pull the drainplug. works great, no mess unless it's windy.........

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