Just got back from my dealer. Jeep turned 1,000 miles last weekend and brought it in for it's first Oil Change. I know a lot of people will probably scoff at this, but that's another thread ha ha.
I brought my own Castrol 5W-20, 7 quarts (946 ml each) as all the literature says is the capacity with a filter change, which they also did. [By the way, the tech brought me in to show me how tight the factory filters are on, and yes, the gasket did separate from the filter and stayed up in the filter housing. He showed me all of this and also showed me the gasket after he fished it out. Very cool of them].
Anyhow, when the service adviser came to get me to tell me the car was all set, he said "you're going to need to pick up and add another quart of oil, it's a quart low". I told him I thought the capacity was 7 quarts, and he just kind of shrugged and said it needs another quart.
Prior to this oil change, I have checked the dipstick with the factory fill, and noticed that is was above the hash marks somewhat. The dipstick doesn't seem very specific and only reads where to "Add" oil, but not any spot where it's exactly "Full".
In any event, I checked the dipstick. Very hard to read with all the clean, clear oil ha ha. It appeared to be somewhere near the bottom of the hash marks.
I did add about a quarter of a quart to bring it up a bit, but was hesitant to add a full quart for fear of over-filling it.
Just curious to know if anyone else has experienced something similar regarding the "Exact" amount of oil to add with an Oil/Filter change??