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Oil Change 14 qts

Did my first oil change. Dealer and book says 13 qts. I put in 13 started truck ran for a few minutes. Shut it off let stand for 10 minutes and check it. Needed one more qt. 14 for my truck. Whats everone else putting in?
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I use a little over 13.
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13.5 for me.

Oh, and btw, i hate the oil dipstick...hard to get an accurate measurement from that piece of crap.

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i agree dip stick sucks
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Ok...so I am thinking this is the worst dipstick ever....I struggle to find anything I dislike about my truck...but the dipstick is it!

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13.5 here. I think it's full after yanking that dipstick out half a dozen times

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13 qts for me, check it cold on level ground.



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13 in mine

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Originally Posted by greenmntboy View Post
I put in 13 started truck ran for a few minutes. Shut it off let stand for 10 minutes and check it. Needed one more qt.
Note that the Diesel Supplement says to wait at least 20 minutes (p. 49):
3. Allow at least 20 minutes after engine shutdown to ensure that the oil contained in the upper parts of the engine has returned to the oil pan.
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