Originally Posted by Scottsard32
RantarM3 - Thanks! That was my intentions, to drain off exactly what I put in and measure as I remove. I have'nt started the car since and don't intend to. I have a mechanic 2 doors down but just wanted to clarify. I am not a complete novice just had a major stupid moment! I also have access to an oil suction remover from a mechanic friend, would this be a preferred route after the front sump?
I don't think that the suction method will work, since we do not have a dipstick. The suction method will use the tube where the dipstick would go. That way you would slide the rubber hose in the tube down to the crank case.
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