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Old 08-02-2009, 06:48 PM   #1
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New to forum....I am 16 years old and just bought a 2001 wrangler se. My dad and I changed the oil today and it looks like it only takes 4 quarts with a filter. Is this correct?
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if its a 4 cyl then yes. make sure you check it after you start it for a few seconds.

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how much for the 4.0?
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6 and some are 6 1/2 qts.
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New to forum....I am 16 years old and just bought a 2001 wrangler se. My dad and I changed the oil today and it looks like it only takes 4 quarts with a filter. Is this correct?
Thanks for your help.
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My 04 4cyl takes 5 1/2 with a filter change.
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My 04 4cyl takes 5 1/2 with a filter change.
yes, the minivan 4 cyl takes more. all the ones i've seen take 5 only though.

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