The images below are of the engine oil level on the dipstick after cooling down for several hours. The dipstick enters the sump at an angle, so one side is showing the level at full while the other shows the level between full and minimum. I purposely reduced the amount of oil I filled with this time, but I have usually filled it so that both sides show up at least at the full level on the dipstick. I had been wondering if this actually resulted in me overfilling it this entire time, because I typically notice more oil than I would like to see passing through the PCV system and into the intake. I have read in multiple places that overfilling the 3.6L can lead to it blowing oil into the intake. What is the proper way to read the dipstick when both sides don't show the same level?