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Old 06-30-2013, 07:43 PM   #21
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Actually, James, I believe our engines can be fitted (by Cummins) with two different oil pans a 15 or a 19 QT. Why they do this and what the difference is I have no idea.

I think I read in my owners manual that the only way to know for sure, was to crawl under an look or drain the old oil and just keep pouring the new in until is shows full on the dipstick.

Wasn't trying to be anal!!! (and still ain't)

Boowho??
N'ah I wasn't taking it as being anal...lol! I can be anal!!! Interesting note about the oil pans. I wasn't aware of that. Guessing I have the bigger one (pan that is).


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