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    They are thirsty biotches.

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    It’s a Coyote thing with 9.5 litres of oil.
    Quote Originally Posted by CON VERT View Post
    2021 Ford Mustang Oil Capacity

    Engine Oil capacity (with filter) Oil type
    2.3L 4-cyl Engine [D] 99D Turbo 5.7 liters (6 quarts) 5W-30, 0W-30
    5.0L 8-cyl Engine [0] 990 9.5 liters (10 quarts) 5W-20, 0W-20
    5.2L 8-cyl Engine [J] 99J 10.9 liters (11.5 quarts) 5W-50, 0W-40

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    I use full synthetic oil in my 2018 and it costs close to $200

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    Huh, mine was around $65 all in, ya I know a guy.

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    I do my own. Costs me oil and filter. It’s so much easier to do the Mustang than my Honda Civic Si. The oil filter is in the front of the motor on the Mustang and easily accessible. The Civic, was at the back of the motor and I had to turn my wheels to the right and reach into the wheel well to grab the filter. The Accord is just as easy as the Mustang. It’s at the bottom of the motor. Once you remove the metal panel under the car it’s right there.
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    ^^^ I used to, but getting a little long in the tooth, also need proof of oil changes etc, I don't think the dealership will accept that I did my own oil changes, if there is any warranty work is involved , they are looking for an excuse these days, I used to be a Service Advisor & S/A's are supposed to up sell, especially on warranty work ~
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    ^ Warranty is not worth the paper it's printed on.

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    I have to agree with you , but there are times that it does pay for some stuff ???
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    For sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CON VERT View Post
    I have to agree with you , but there are times that it does pay for some stuff ???
    Came in handy Friday when I had to get a rear tail light replaced on my 2020 escape due to condensation every time it rains…thanks warranty lol

    Also, thats a lot of oil for the 5L
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