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How to Read a Motor Oil Label
Motor oil is an essential component for your vehicle’s engine. It helps ensure that all of the components run smoothly and require fewer repairs. However, not all motor oil is the same. If you put the wrong kind...

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Oil change question - 2014 Chevrolet Malibu
The "Oil Life" system or "maintenance minder" does not provide "absolutes" when it comes to the timing of oil changes. In fact, there are more variables affecting the "optimum change" interval than are considered by such systems. For example, the...
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Using cheaper oil
If your Altima is model year 2013 or later, synthetic oil is recommended by Nissan. However, according to Nissan, you can still use conventional mineral oil, regardless of model year, so long as the conventional oil meets the required API...
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What type of oil does an Audi A4 quatro 2009 use?
You can use 5W-40 synthetic oil that meets Volkswagen standards 502.00 and 505.00. Alternatively, you can use 5W-30, 0W-40, or 0W-30. If the light you are referring to is a low engine oil level warning light and the oil level...
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WHAT IS THE RECOMMENED ENGINE OIL FOR ISUZU RODEO 2001
Your vehicle requires oil that has a viscosity rating of 5W-30 and is API (American Petroleum Institute) certified for service level "SN". Synthetic oil is always preferred but you can use synthetic blends, conventional oil or any combination thereof. If...
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What kind of oil should I use for my 2015 Chrysler 200 Unlimited?
The viscosity recommended by Chrysler is 5W20. You can use a good quality conventional or synthetic oil. Check your owner's manual for the specific specifications the oil should meet as they can change year to year, but MS-6395 is what...

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