Hyundai Santamo second generation motor and oil pan volume

Hyundai Santamo second generation motor and oil pan capacity in liters-quarts-gallon.

How many US gallons or liters  or US quarts of oil is needed to change the oil from the engine and oil pan on a Hyundai Santamo

 

Hyundai Santamo with engine 2.2 CRDi type D4EB.

  • Car fuel type: petrol.
  • Motor capacity: 1997 ccm (121,25 cubic inches).
  • Engine and oil pan volume: 4.3 liters or 4.54 quarts US or 1.13 gallons US.
  • Recommended engine oil: 10w/40.
  • If you want to know exactly what engine oil is recommended for your car and what is the oil viscosity you must use, please leave us a comment on this article: model and type of your car, engine capacity, diesel or gasoline, year when was made, and how much kw or horse power has your car.

 

If you want to change by yourself the engine oil and filters such as fuel filter, air filter, cabin air filter and oil filter we will help with information how much oil does an Hyundai Santamo and where is located all the filters on your car. If you have any question do not hesitate to leave us a comment at the end of this article and one of our mechanics will answer you in no time. On this site you cand find how to reset the oil service indicator on your Hyundai Santamo after you change the oil motor.

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2 thoughts on “Hyundai Santamo second generation motor and oil pan volume”

  1. Tracey Vincent

    Hi there.

    Hyundai Galloper/Santamo Confort 2001. Petrol. Engine Capacity 1997. KW 77.

    What type of oil and how much for an oil change please.

    Many thanks.

    1. Hello Tracey, for Hyundai Galloper we have this engine capacity: 3.0 V6 gassoline 2972 ccm with 104 kw, 2.5TD diesel 2476 ccm with 65 kw, 2.5 TD diesel 2476 ccm with 73 kw and 2.5 TCi D diesel 2476 ccm with 77 kw.

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