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Old 03-16-2016, 06:09 AM   #21
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Yeah, 19 qts might be the correct amount for this engine, except there's a white painted note on the shroud in the engine bay (back of the RV) that says specifically, 22 qts. So if the original owner was using that much, and if the consignment dealer filled it to that level, then I'll be blowing out 3 qts as I drive around the next few months.

Fun, huh?
I had the same 22qts.painted inside the engine bay on mine but with the help of my local CAT shop, we determined that 19 was the right number and that worked great for the 8 years we owned the coach. In reality, I put an even 20 qts.in when I did my oil changes.
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