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I recently bought a '98 5.7 litre suburban. Ive seen many posts that have said this motor takes 5 quarts. I changed the oil today and put in 5 quarts. It measured about an inch high on the dip stick. I drained about a quart and the level is fine now according to the dip stick.
Does this sound correct? 4 quarts?
If this isnt right I am wondering if maybe I dont have a dip stick that is the correct length.
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on my 99 5.7L I always used 5 quarts with a oil change and filter.
04 suburban leather loaded
Supercharged 9 psi boost
Electric fan conversion
Triple pillar mount with gauges
Summer tires - 20 inch chrome with cooper H/T plus
Winter tires - stock rims with Bridgestone APT
Energy suspension kit
Air bagged rear end
Prodigy p3 brake controller
Your vehicle can go as fast as you wallet will let it
Buy a hybrid I need your gas
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