Fiat Brava engine oil capacity in quarts – liters

Fiat Brava engine oil capacity in quarts – liters. From year: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001.

How many quarts / liters of engine oil is needed for an oil change including replacement of oil filter for a Fiat Brava.

If you want to do maintenance by yourself on your Fiat, if you want to change your engine oil and filters see and you don’t now how big it’s your engine volume or how much quarts / liters oil enter in your car engine below you can see what is your car engine oil capacity and what type of oil you must use.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.2 l, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.2 16V.
  • Car fuel: gasoline.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182B2.000, 188A5.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1242 ccm (75,41 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 2.8 liters or 2.95 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 1.65 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.4 l, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.4 s and 1.4 sx.
  • Car fuel: gasoline.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182 A5.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1370 ccm (83,18 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 4.1 liters or 4.33 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 1.65 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.4 l, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.4 s and 1.4 sx.
  • Car fuel: gasoline.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182 A5.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1370 ccm (83,18 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 4.1 liters or 4.33 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 1.65 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.6 l, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.6 l.
  • Car fuel: gasoline.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182 A6.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1581 ccm (95,99 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 3.8 liters or 4.01 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 2.0 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.8 l, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.8 GT 16V ELX.
  • Car fuel: gasoline.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182 A2.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1747 ccm (106,07 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 4.3 liters or 4.54 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 2.0 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity: 4.3 l.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.9 JTD, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.9 JTD.
  • Car fuel: diesel.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182B4.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1910 ccm (115,97 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 4.9 liters or 5.2 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 2.0 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 1.9 TD, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.9 l.
  • Car fuel: diesel.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182 A7.000, 182 A8.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1910 ccm (115,97 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 4.5 liters or 4.8 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 1.7 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

 

Fiat Brava with engine 2.0 l, engine oil capacity in quarts / liters.

  • Fiat Brava with engine 1.9 l.
  • Car fuel: gasoline.
  • Fiat Brava engine code: 182B2.000.
  • Engine capacity: 1998 ccm (121,31 cubic inches).
  • Fiat Brava engine oil capacity liters: 5 liters or 5.3 quarts, including filter.
  • Fiat Brava manual gearbox oil capacity: 2.0 l.
  • Fiat Brava automatic gearbox oil capacity.
  • Fiat Brava recommended engine oil: 5w-40.

Engine oil and filter renewal Fiat Brava every 12 000 miles (20 000 km).

Frequent oil and filter changes are the most important maintenance procedures which can be undertaken by the DIY owner. As engine oil ages, it becomes diluted and contaminated, which leads to premature engine wear.

The oil change interval given in this Manual is the same as quoted by the manufacturer, but owners of older vehicles (or those covering a small annual mileage) may feel justified in changing the oil and filter more frequently, perhaps every 6000 miles, or every 6 months. The quality of engine oil used is a significant factor in this – the 12 000-mile interval only applies if a high-quality synthetic-based oil is used.

Before starting this procedure, gather all the necessary tools and materials. Also make sure that you have plenty of clean rags and newspapers handy, to mop up any spills. Ideally, the engine oil should be warm, as it will drain better, and more built-up sludge will be removed with it. Take care, however, not to touch the exhaust or any other hot parts of the engine when working under the vehicle. To avoid any possibility of scalding, and to protect yourself from possible skin irritants and other harmful contaminants in used engine oils, it is advisable to wear gloves when carrying out this work.

Remove the oil filler cap (see illustration), and take out the dipstick.

Access to the underside of the vehicle will be greatly improved if it can be raised on a lift, driven onto ramps, or jacked up and supported on axle stands (see Jacking and vehicle support). Whichever method is chosen, make sure that the vehicle remains level, or if it is at an angle, that the drain plug is at the lowest point.

Where applicable, unscrew the fasteners and remove the engine undertray, for access to the drain plug. On 1.8 litre engines, the drain plug can be reached from the back of the engine, and a panel is provided in the undertray, which can be hinged down to get to the filter (see illustration).

Using a special socket where necessary, slacken the drain plug (on the base of the sump) about half a turn (see illustration). Position the draining container under the drain plug, then remove the plug completely. Recover the sealing ring from the drain plug.

Allow some time for the old oil to drain,  noting that it may be necessary to reposition the container as the oil flow slows to a trickle (see illustration).

After all the oil has drained, wipe off the drain plug with a clean rag, and fit a new sealing washer. Clean the area around the drain plug opening, and refit the plug. Tighten the plug securely.

Move the container into position under the 011 filter, which is located on the front of the cylinder block.

Using an oil filter removal tool if necessary, slacken the filter initially, then unscrew it by hand the rest of the way (see illustration). Empty the oil in the filter into the container.

Use a clean rag to remove all oil, dirt and sludge from the filter sealing area on the engine. Check the old filter to make sure that the rubber sealing ring has not stuck to the engine. If it has, carefully remove it.

Apply a light coating of clean engine oil to the sealing ring on the new filter, then screw it into position on the engine (see illustration). Tighten the filter firmly by hand only – do not use any tools.

Remove the old oil from under the car, then refit the undertray or access panel (as applicable). Lower the car to the ground.

With the car on level ground, fill the engine, using the correct grade and type of oil (see Lubricants and fluids). An oil can spout or funnel may help to reduce spillage (see illustration). Pour in half the specified quantity of oil first, then wait a few minutes for the oil to fall to the sump.

Continue adding oil a small quantity at a time until the level is up to the MIN mark on the dipstick. Adding around 1.0 litre of oil will now bring the level up to the MAX on the dipstick – do not worry if a little too much goes in, as some of the apparent excess will be taken up in filling the oil filter. Refit the dipstick and the filler cap.

Start the engine and run it for a few minutes; check for leaks around the oil filter seal and the sump drain plug. Note that there may be a few seconds’ delay before the oil pressure warning light goes out when the engine is started, as the oil circulates through the engine oil galleries and the new oil filter before the pressure builds up.

Switch off the engine, and wait a few minutes for the oil to settle in the sump once more. With the new oil circulated and the filter completely full, recheck the level on the dipstick, and add more oil as necessary.

Dispose of the used engine oil safely, with reference to General repair procedures in the Reference section of this manual.

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Fiat Brava engine oil capacity in quarts – liters

All information about engine oil capacity or gear box oil capacity is taken from Fiat Brava owners manual.

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