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Old 05-10-2005, 07:05 PM   #3
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I would say you better drain out the new oil, put back the washer and tighten the drain plug, and pour in new oil (not those "drained" new oil, but new from bottle, unless you are very very sure the container which holding the "drained" new oil is very very clean, but I doubt it because you probably use the same container for old oil before).
Spending <$10 for another 5 qts. of dino oil is way better then running low on oil and put your engine at risk.
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