What is the volume difference between MIN and MAX on the oil stick?

Asked by Mar 09, 2015 at 10:34 PM about the MG MGB Roadster

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Dip stick is reading MIN how much oil should I add.

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655

most of the time it is a quart. if i were you i would put a half a quart in it then check it. see were you are at, if it only came up half way pour the other half in it.

5,465

If I remember right, it was 2 Liters, not 1 US Quart.

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655

I believe 2 liters is too much, one liter might be closer. Add a half a quart or a pint then check it. you should about how much more to put in it by how much it raised.

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5,465

Glad you caught that. Just shows what not reading what you type can do. Yes, 2 liters is over 2 qt. 1 US quart equalls 1.05 liter.. Boy I was wrong on that one.

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Thanks to both: Added the quart and the line moved from MIN to just under MAX.

5,465

Yes, It is a 1 liter difference since 1 US quart didn't bring it up to the line.

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