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Old 05-20-2012, 10:51 PM   #1
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Default How much oil does your 5.0 L hold?

Mine is a 95 2wd and it holds 5 quarts. Seems low to me, like the engine have sludge buildup but it's as clean as a whistle.
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5qts is what is recommended
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75 5.0l holds 5qts
96 5.0l holds 5
98 5.2l holds 5
97 7.5l holds 6

its a lil weird you would think they hold more but they dont lol.
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Get a bigger oil pan and high output pump. Thats like, a MUST when modding these engines. My 460 will be a custom made 9qt capacity
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My 90 takes six..
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Yup, my '87 takes six also
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