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Ford 2000 ??? I am needing to know the oil capacity for a diesel

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03-27-2003 19:03:37

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Thanks in advance for all of the helpful answers! I am needing to find the capacity of oil that a Ford 2000 (70-75 model) 3 cyl. diesel holds. I have looked on tractortips.com and have searched through the archieves, but have found nothing. Please help...

also while I'm at it...

I am also needing to know how the cartridge type fuel filter is removed and installed. I assume it is a canister filter because it is in between two flanges of metal, but I can read the outside sticker stating it is a new holland part.


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03-28-2003 12:49:20

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 Re: Ford 2000 ??? I am needing to know the oil capacity for a diesel in reply to Trailerman, 03-27-2003 19:03:37  
The oil and fuel filter(s) are the spin on type, which can be gotten at the local NAPA as well as NH. The numbers are different depending on which manuafacturer is used; Fram, Wicks, etc. Remember that you must use oil designed for diesels, which I use is Car Quest 15-W-40 . My $.02

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03-28-2003 14:56:53

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 Re: Re: Ford 2000 ??? I am needing to know the oil capacity for a diesel in reply to TimK, 03-28-2003 12:49:20  
Fuel filter is not a spin on. Napa number is 3166 if I remember correctly. 7/16" hex in center top of filter head is the through bolt that traps the filter between the head and base. 9/16" hex is the bleeder. Also bleed the pump from 5/16" hex head bleeder on side of pump.

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03-27-2003 19:10:53

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 Re: Ford 2000 ??? I am needing to know the oil capacity for a diesel in reply to Trailerman, 03-27-2003 19:03:37  
engine oil is 7 qts.

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03-27-2003 21:04:23

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 Re: Re: Ford 2000 ??? I am needing to know the oil capacity for a diesel in reply to Gary H., 03-27-2003 19:10:53  
Thank You Gary!!

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