How many quarts of oil does a V10 Excursion take?

Capacities and Specifications – 6.8L Triton-30V – V10

Item Capacity
Engine oil (with oil filter) 7.0 qt (6.6 L)1
Engine coolant 26.7 qt (25.3 L)
Brake fluid Between MIN and MAX on brake fluid reservoir
Front axle 3.0 qt (2.8 L)

What kind of oil does a 6.8 V10 take?

MH (43,000 miles) with a Ford V -10 6.8 liter engine. My 2000 Ford service manual recommends 5W30.

What kind of oil does a 2000 Ford Excursion take?

Ford Excursion 2000, SAE 5W-20 Full Synthetic Motor Oil, by Liqui Moly®.

Does Ford still make the 6.8 V10?

The 6.8 Triton V10 lasted in production until 2019. Horsepower ranged from 305hp-362hp and with torque measuring from 420-457lb ft.

How many quarts of transmission fluid does a Ford Excursion take?

For Automatic Transmission: 4R100….MA5

Notes: This specification has been updated from Mercon to Mercon V per TSB 06-14-4
Capacity: 4 speed 20 Plate OAC 4R100 Total Fill 17 quarts 4 speed 26 Plate OAC 4R100 Total Fill 17.6 quarts 6.4 quarts Initial Fill

Is the 2000 Ford V10 a good engine?

Ford 6.8 Triton V10 Reliability Overall, this engine is well built and is highly reliable. Outside of the common spark plug blowout issue, there aren’t really any costly problems that the 6.8 Triton is known for.

How many miles can a 2000 Ford Excursion last?

How Many Miles Can the Ford Excursion Last? The Ford Excursion can last as long as 600,000 miles. An Excursion user whose vehicle has lasted for over 500,000 miles claims it is still in excellent condition.

What happens if you put 10w30 instead of 5W20?

Notwithstanding the recommendations of the car manufacturer, mixing 10w30 and 5w20 will not cause any sort of harm to the engine. However, a few drivers claim that it is safer to combine two multi-grade or straight weight oils, rather than mixing multi-grade with straight weight oils.